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Taken Mifepristone after positive pregnancy test. Still pregnant. What to do?

hello dr. saab .. i did sex with my wife on 26/10/2012.. and her date start on 13/10/2012 ..when her next date didn t came we check pregnancy test by home prega sure ..its comming positive i gave my wife mifepristone tablet and chek after 10 says ..i m shocked this time its also showing positive what shold i do ? plz plz help me i don t want child early
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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HELLO THERE.

MIFEPRISTONE ALONE IS NOT EFFECTIVE IN CAUSING ABORTION.

BESIDES SELF MEDICATION CAN BE LIFE THREATENING IN ABORTION.

ALSO BEFORE TAKING ANY ABORTIFICIENT PILL, AN ULTRASOUND IS A MUST TO KNOW THE SITE AND SIZE OF PREGNANCY.

IF THE PREGNANCY IS MORE THAN 7 WEEKS SIZE OR OUTSIDE THE UTERUS THEN PILLS ARE NOT EFFECTIVE.

KINDLY CONSULT A GYNECOLOGIST FOR THE RIGHT AND COMPLETE MEDICATION AND MANAGEMENT.
ABORTION HAS TO BE UNDER SUPERVISION OF A DOCTOR.

RIGHT DOSE, RIGHT WAY AND TIMING ARE IMPORTANT FOR ABORTION TO BE COMPLETE BY DRUGS.

TAKE CARE.
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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