How to kill a fetus at home

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I'll try to explain you how could you kill at fetus at home, without visiting a doctor and without someone to know about that you were pregnant. First of all, and first of all, a thing that you already know about is that KILLING a fetus means killing a life. In many countries (I'm not sure about USA now), a fetus bigger than 20 weeks is considered to be already an human being and its killing attracts the law on you as you would kill a man, so this is not a thing with which you can play. And I'm sure, once you are decided to do that step you might be in a desperate condition.

Think again, maybe there's a person with which you could talk, there must be many of anonymous phone lines to call at, where psychologists could really give you some help. To kill your fetus in home conditions is not just dangerous, but you can kill yourself too. The main risks are:

* You develop a bleeding (hemorrhage) you can't stop and it may be too late even when the emergency comes.

* You damage the uterus and you will never become pregnant again.

* The fetus is too big, you destroy it partially and it may block inside your uterus and being disconnected from blood vessels it dies inside you and produces necrosis. This may cost you life as well.

* You can't kill the fetus as you wished, but you damage it and give birth to a dead infant, or a handicapped one - in other words you burry your life in growing a monster.

Also, some girls I know did this at home, let's say, with some successes (not talking about awful pains and even shock they suffered), and sometimes they didn't killed it at all, but just gave birth to that embryo and it was still alive.

What will you do with a 7 centimeter human being, moving with its tiny hands and legs?
Will you drop it in the toilet and push water after that?
How will you feel about doing that?

And how will you be sure everything is ok with you after you are done with it and there's no bleedings and everything's fine without being consulted by a doctor?

Is an abortion so expensive for you, is it so hard to remove all these risks?

Think carefully about this aspects, think not twice, but twenty times before doing it. And if you are decided, and if you are ok thinking you will do a murder, do it. The information in this article is just for informative purposes. You read it, but this doesn't mean I advise you to do as it writes here. ALL the consequences that may follow are up to you. You will never accuse me of the results you've got using the techniques described here.

To kill a fetus at home (smaller than 2 months or 8 weeks), you'll need 2 liters of hot water, as hot as you can resist to. Put it into a vessel that you can hold with your legs and close your bottom with a towel or anything else. The idea is that the hot vapors must enter your uterus. It may be painful, and you must repeat this procedure from 3 to 6 times, staying on hot water at least 15 minutes. Repeat the procedure as many times as needed till the bleeding wont start. If so, this is a sign the fetus was ruptured from the uterus and is free in the uterus. You must have the sensation you want to defecate (go with stools). If not, keep sitting on hot water.

From time to time go to the toilet and try to simulate defecation. Pay attention at what you let out and how much blood you lose. If you lose more than 400g of blood (2 cups), it's a very serious sign that the things are going wrong and you MUST IMMEDIATELY search for medical help. If you do all correctly, than after some 4 - 5 sessions, the killed fetus will go out. Be very precautious with what youre do'ing at remember you out in this game your life at first. Search for medical help immediately, in case your home abortion is out of control.

And remember, I wish you never use these techniques of killing a fetus at home. There are a lot of many other options you can use and with fewer risks. Stay healthy, take care of you, and don't make me regret I published this article here.

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