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Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP), also known as induced abortion or elective abortion, is a medical procedure performed to terminate a pregnancy before the fetus can survive outside the uterus. The reasons for seeking an MTP can vary and may include factors such as health risks to the pregnant person, fetal abnormalities, or personal choices (failure of contraception).

The availability, legality, and regulations surrounding MTP vary widely from country to country and even within regions or states. Some places have strict laws and regulations governing when and under what circumstances MTP can be performed, while others may have more permissive laws allowing for greater access to abortion services.

MTP can be performed using different methods, including medication abortion using medicine or surgical abortion (such as aspiration or dilation and evacuation). The specific method used depends on factors like the gestational age, the healthcare provider's recommendations, and the individual's preferences.

It's crucial for individuals considering an MTP to consult with a healthcare professional or a healthcare facility that offers abortion services to discuss their options, the legal requirements in their area, and the potential risks and benefits associated with the procedure. Access to safe and legal MTP is a matter of reproductive rights and healthcare, and the decision should be made based on informed choices and in consultation with medical professionals.

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