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Medicine for abortion after 3 weeks of pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
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How can I help you?
User :   i have a question
User :   hi first
Doctor :  
Please proceed.
User :   and my girlfriend is pregnant and she has the Fobi Pouch gastric bypass, can she take CYTOTEC MISOPROSTOL?
Doctor :  
May i know her age?
User :   shecan even take an aspirin, will she resist CYTOTEC?
User :   she's 19
Doctor :  
Hi.. Misoprostil are antiprostaglandins and they are not safe during pregnancy..
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It would be preferrably avoided.
User :   ok
Doctor :  
They can some times induce abortion
Doctor :  
Hence to be avoided.
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You can use other alternatives to reduce the acid secretions in the stomach.
Doctor :  
Have you followed?
User :   that's not the case
Doctor :  
Doctor :   please explain.
User :   ok wait please
User :   my girlfriend pregnnt and we want to terminate and they recomended this medicine
Doctor :   Oh...
User :   will he stomach resisted because she has a gastric bypass
Doctor :   If you are planning for termination of pregnancy then misoprostil is one of the abortion inducing drug.
User :   and we dont want to go at any hospital or clinic and they recomended those pills
User :   ok
User :   we knew that
Doctor :   May i know how many weeks pregnant your girl friend is?
User :   but we only want to know if she can take it because her stomach is to small
User :   3 weeks
Doctor :  
Yes, she can take it.
Doctor :  
it does not affect the git apart from the acid reducing action
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Do you have any other query?
User :   can you explain me please in other words taht? cause i didnt understand haha
Doctor :  
Misoprotil is basically a drug given to reduce the acidity of the stomach
Doctor :  
some thing similar to anti ulcer drug.
Doctor :   It also has other activity like the one used as abortion
User :   yok yes but thats for normal people but my girlfriend is operated
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User :   ok one more time hahaha she can take CYTOTEC for abortion?
Doctor :   Yes she can take it..
User :   if thats right we are going to do it today
User :   excuse me whats tour speciallity?
Doctor :   You must also know that there could be other side effects
User :   yes we know that
Doctor :  
there may be chances of heavy bleeding because of this which may be part of abortion
User :   her doctor tell us
User :   but we didnt explain him the whole true
Doctor :  
and hence it is recommended to take it under the supervision of the doctor.
User :   yes
Doctor :  
But however it can be used in a patient who has undergone bypass surgery of the stomach.
Doctor :   I hope i have made it clear now.
Doctor :  
I am a general physician
User :   yes and thank you very much
Doctor :  
Do you have any other query?
User :   you clear all our doubts
Doctor :  
Thanks for consulting HealthcareMagic. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service.
User :   ok wait please, let me ask her cause im talking to her
Doctor :   Ok.
User :   User :   sorry for my bad english but im learning haha
Doctor :   Thats ok..
Doctor :  
Your english is good.
User :   haha thank you
User :   Doctor :  
Thanks for consulting HealthcareMagic. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service.
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