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San Diego Doctor Says Therapy Can Reverse Effects of a Medical Abortion


A San Diego doctor tells NBC 7 Investigates he can reverse the effects of a medical abortion and plans on releasing a study on his findings later this year. The therapy is not FDA approved and some doctors have questioned the evidence behind the therapy’s success. (Published 4 hours ago)“I was pregnant but I didn't tell the father at the time and I decided to let him know when we were having a lot of fights and discussions,” 19-year-old Karen Raya told NBC 7 Investigates, “It wasn't going to be the happily ever after that I intended it to be.” Raya said feelings of fear and loneliness began driving her decisions six months ago when she found out she was pregnant for the second time. “It was really hard for me to think of completing this pregnancy and being a single mom of two,” she said, “I already have to work, I have to pay all of these bills, I'm going to school and it wasn't the ideal thing for me to do and I felt so alone.

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