Is it possible to have cramps everyday after taking mifepristone and misoprostol
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Pregnant, taken misoprostol instead mifepristone, cramps
I am 5 weeks pregnant and I am going to take the abortion pill as I just cannot financially afford to bring this child into the world and the father turned out to be a major drug addict with mental health issues. I went to my doctor had my sonogram and the doctor advised the medical assistant to...
HPT positive, mifepristone and misoprostol, HCG levels
Me and my partner have sex on 8 feb 2012, after 1 month preganews shows both lines pink means positive test. Than we had medical abortion by using mifepristone and misoprostol on 28 th march 2012. Now on 1 st may 2012 preganews kit is showing one line dark pink and other one light pink. Is...
Want an abortion by mifepristone and misoprostol. How to take?
Im undergoing abortion . I was prescribed to take mifepristone which i took 200mg 3 tablets on 20.1.2013. Then I am supposed to take 2 tablets 200mg two times Cytolog misoprostol today. I have taken two already. Have to take two more in 4 hours. But I have been told to continue taking two tablets...
What is the dosage of Misoprostol tablets?
Dear Doctor, I have used Prg. Test and it was found +ve. After that I perches a Kit combination of MIFEPRISTONE 200 mg. And 4 Tablets are of MISOPROSTOL 200 mcg. I had first tab yesterday night but no bleeding yet Please advice me what to do shall I take secon dose of Misoprostol now ???
I had taken mifedigest kit of 1 tablet of mifepristone and after 48 hrs taken 4 tablets of misoprostol and I get less bleeding than my regular periods ...?
Please consult a doctor and then go for medical abortion.
Pregnancy should be confirmed and dated.
Then proper dosage of drugs should be taken.
lastly follow up visit to confirm that abortion is complete is a must.
Please wait for 2 - 3 days, and if you do not have proper bleeding, consult your doctor again.
Otherwise, there are lethal risks - severe bleeding, infection, failed abortion etc.
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