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Preganncy test positive, prescribed Deviry for abortion. Does this tab really work?

my last MC date was 14th jan, i have done home pregancy test on 16th feb and the result is positive. but i dont want to carry it, my gynac prescribed mi Deviry 10 mg 6 tablets for 3 days, last dose finished yesterday morning, he said periods will come up to 27th or 28th and if not we need to do an surgery.... Is deviry really works?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Deviry contains progesterone, and in no way is prescribed for abortion.
If your pregnancy test is positive , then Deviry is not the recommended medication.
You need to take proper medical abortion pills for that.
Only if they fail, you need to do a D and C.
Am surprised in fact that a gynecologist prescribed Deviry.
Please get a second opinion, and have the correct prescription for medical abortion.
take care
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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