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Gynaecosid. Is it a wrong medicine? Termination?

DOCTOR GIVE ME ANSWER PLS... THERE IS ONE DOCTOR FROM PAKISTAN WHO PRESCRIBED ME A GYNAECOSID TABLET I AM 5 WEEKS PREGNANT TODAY I TOOK I SET OF GYNAECOSID.. PLS DO YOU KNOW SOME INFORMATION ABOUT THIS I NEED YOUR HELP!!! AND I PLANNING TO TERMINATE THIS. I DID RESEARCHED ALOOT BUT I THINK THAT DR. WHO PRESCRIBED ME THAT MEDICINE IS WRONG
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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Hello,
The contents of GYNECOSID are
 ( Methyloestradiol:0.3mg, Methyloestrenolone:5mg )
 It is used to treat amenorrhea due to the causes other than pregnancy and is never used as abortion pill.
Gynaecosid is an EXTREMELY risky drug. It basically forces your uterus to contract and detach its lining, so taking it causes severe cramps and really heavy menstrual-like bleeding.  The two most commonly used drugs to terminate a pregnancy are Mifepristone and Misoprostol.

If you are taking it for the abortion,better avoid it.Your doctor is definitely wrong in prescribing it to you for abortion.
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Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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