8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hyee i did my tvs done....my sac is showing tht baby iz not growing at all....its been 6 weeks...doctors hve asked to terminate the baby...pls suggest what will happen after i eat the medicines and what all should i eat

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Answer: I think u should go for termination rather then taking medicines.Taking medicines may result in incomplete abortion.
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