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When will it start aborting ?

I am 40. I took Mifigest at 11 am on Sunday. But it did not bleed till 7 pm on same day. I have been advised to take Cytolog after an interval of 48 hours -two tablets every four hour twice and one tablet in the fifth hour. When will it start aborting ?
Asked On : Mon, 13 Dec 2010
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Upon taking mifepristone, you may begin to bleed. As each woman's body is different, bleeding varies from woman to woman. Some may experience light bleeding much like spotting towards the end of a menstrual period. Others have heavier bleeding like their regular menstrual period, or like a heavy period. Some women do not experience any bleeding until taking the misoprostol.

Upon taking the second medication misoprostol tablet, cramping, bleeding, and clotting may begin as soon as 20 minutes. Within the next 6 to 8 hours, most women will miscarry. Cramping may come in waves with increasing and decreasing intensity. You can expect bleeding heavier than a menstrual period with large clots. During this time, you will pass the embryo although you may not see it since it is very small.

A follow-up exam is scheduled for two weeks later to make sure the process is complete. If you have not yet miscarried, we will perform a aspiration abortion.

Regards, Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Mon, 13 Dec 2010
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