Vacuum abortion ..does it hurt?

Vacuum abortion ..does it hurt?

Vacuum abortion ..does it hurt?

slkusractUSAFisnumber1

At most you will have some cramping. You do not need general anesthesia for it, they can do a paracervical block, dilate the cervix and do the procedure. They can do the same with a D+C.

slkusractAJ

It would most likely be painful but you can be given painkillers.

slkusractadam

you knew pregnancy would kill you? killing innocence because of your stupidity... disgusting

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