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Took methedrone in pregnancy. Having stabbing pains and cramps with bleeding. Is it a miscarriage?

hi i was 9 weeks pregnant, and i went out to my cousins party a week ago and had an arguement with my boyfriend, the babys dad, and i ended up having a small ammount of mcat (methedrone), a couple of days ago i had really bad stabbing pains an cramps i went to the toilet and was bleeding i didnt know how to tell my boyfriend, is it possible that ive had a miscarriage?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Jan 2016
It is likely that you are aborting.
Any bleeding through vagina during pregnancy is suggestive of threatened abortion. If such condition is associated with pain in abdomen, usually the abortion process cannot be stopped.
Another possibility is the pregnancy somewhere else than in the uterine cavity - ectopic pregnancy getting disturbed. The commonest site of ectopic pregnancy is tube. It can rupture anytime causing alarming bleeding and requiring immediate intervention with blood transfusion and surgery. Such patient usually presents with vaginal bleeding and excruciating pain in abdomen.
You should not waste time now. Please report to your obstetrician ASAP for management of the condition.
Answered: Sun, 31 May 2015
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