One of the post-abortion complications is Asherman’s Syndrome, which is intrauterine adhesions. Asherman’s Syndrome is quite rare, as the termination of pregnancy is now performed by vacuum. Endometrial thickness can be observed with ease in the 2nd week after the abortion. If there is endometrial thickening, that is growth, the possibility of Asherman syndrome is eliminated. After the procedure, when the bleeding starts on the expected menstrual date by accepting the performed procedure as the first day of menstruation, it can be assumed that there are no problems concerning the procedure. After this date, the possibility of your conceiving will continue as before.