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Had a little bleeding with cramps. Bleeding has turned brown. What are the findings and required treatment?

I ended a pregnancy with medicines about a week ago and am now wondering if I have any symptoms that may be signs of an infection. For the first few days I had a little bleeding with cramps that I found out to be intestinal and a lot of gases. That went away now but for about 3 days I've had a little headache and also the bleeding has turned brown instead of red and smells a little unusual, but still resembles blood. Have had no big clots whatsoever. No abdominal pain or fever.
Hope to be ok.
Thanks for your help.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Based on the information it seems that you have aborted the pregnancy with medicine, and had bleeding and now it turns brown discharge with no fever or abdominal pain.

Every thing looks fine, the bleeding is from the abortion of the fetus and the brownish discharge is the waste/ the embryo's parts and every thing got out so the abortion is completed and more over you do not have any complications.

ADIVCE:- Relax, and more over be careful, and use protection if not in mood for family planing as abortion are not good for health.

Hope it helps
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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