suction abortion


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suction abortion

The removal of the products of conception from the uterus using a device that sucks the tissues away from the lining of the uterus.
See also: abortion
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With industry rates for a standard first-trimester suction abortion at about $413, PPFA's minimum take for 289,750 abortions is $119.6 million.
Catharina Tell told the Expressen that Rebecca "didn't want to have a chemical abortion," but did so because "the doctor told her that it was much better than having a suction abortion."
The first method, and most common, is called Suction Abortions or Aspiration.