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Abdominal pain, frequent urge to urinate after taking mifegist, mifepristol. What should be done?

Hi, doc recently after urine test me and my girlfriend have found out that the report is positive, so we bought abortion pill name mifegist and mifeprostol. She had one tablet name mifeprine at home this morning at 4am and had two tablet name mifeprostol at 8am this morning. Now she is having a abdominal pain and she feels like going to washroom frequently. Please assist me further. Thank you
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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OBGYN, Maternal and Fetal Medicine 's  Response

She has used drugs to induce abortion. The abortion process has started. So she is getting pain in abdomen. Frequency of urination occurs too. It is natural. She will have pain and bleeding. If there is unbearable pain or excessive bleeding, take her to hospital immediately as incomplete abortions and blood loss requiring removal of pregnancy products from uterus surgically may happen in some women.

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Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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