Thanks for posting,
Normally this medical abortion
should be done with the consent and supervision of a doctor or health care practitioner as complications can arise such as incomplete abortion
that will require further uterine revision or D&C by the doctor. Medical abortion does not have 100% success rate and in your situation your initial dosage of misoprostol
is even small. A total of 3-4 doses are required to effectively do away with the pregnancy
. Also medical abortion is indicated only for pregnancies below 8 weeks gestation (so I can not even tell how long pregnancy was before even advising to take 2 more tablets). You will be required to complete the remaining dosage of misoprostol of 2 tablets even though, I will advise that you meet up with a doctor first so that he can do a proper evaluation before proceeding. How long the bleeding will last depends on how age of pregnancy and how complete the process has already gone. If still not complete, then further D&C will be recommended to definitely stop the bleeding.
Your chances of conceiving in the future are still high. If no infection was present initially on start of process, then there is no need to worry about one. But a little risk of future miscarriage
could be possible so you will need close follow-up by a gynobs next time you conceive (and if you desire having the baby).
hope this helps and wish all the best