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Does mifepristone assure abortion of fetus ?

im have 35 day foetus i want to abort so i took 200mg mifepristone today morning around 9.45 am still i did get any bleeding , im panic and tensed mifepristone will abort or not the 35 day foetus and does the does should be increased please help me
Asked On : Wed, 23 Feb 2011
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Mifepristone aborts the foetus of about 49 weeks.mifepristone should be taken under the supervision of a medical proffesional and in medical clinic.3tablets of mifepristone is to be taken on first day.Go to your gynaecologist MIFEPRISTONE without a supervision can be dangerous.
Answered: Tue, 9 Aug 2011
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Welcome to Health Care Magic,
Mifepristone aborts the foetus of about 49 weeks.mifepristone should be taken under the supervision of a medical proffesional and in medical clinic.3tablets of mifepristone is to be taken on first day.Go to your gynaecologist MIFEPRISTONE without a supervision can be dangerous.
Answered: Tue, 9 Aug 2011
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