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What painkiller can be taken to reduce pain while cramps and bleeding starts after misoprostol. Suggest?

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What painkiller can be taken to reduce pain while cramps n bleeding start after taking misoprostol. More over the doctor suggest to take 2 tablet of misoprostol orally n 2 vaginally aftr 48 hours of taking mifepristone tablet is this the right process. She has given festone combi kit to use please advise.
Posted Wed, 9 Oct 2013 in Abortion and Stillbirth
Answered by Dr. Shanti Vennam 27 minutes later
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Dicyclomine with mefenamic acid is useful.

Detailed Answer:

Thanks for writing to us.

A combination of the anti-prostaglandin mefenamic acid along with anti-spasmodic dicyclomine is usually useful to relieve pain.

There are several regimes followed by any doctor. This is one of them and is according to the standard norms followed. Observe the sequence of events carefully and report to the doctor in case of severe pain or excessive bleeding. If the process of abortion does not initiate within a day after the Misoprostol, the matter should be reported to the doctor and an additional dose may be needed.

Hope your query is clarified. Please feel free to contact for further clarifications. I will be happy to help.

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