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Bleeding post intake of mifepristone tablet, later bleeding and clots lessened. What should be done?

Hello I chose a medical termination of pregnancy, i had my first visit to the hospital yestrerday at 1.30 where i had the mifepristone tablet, i am due to go back in tomorrow but ive started bleeding tonight...........which they said could happen but if i started having clots i should call the number given, i started heavy bleeding and had a few clots so i called the number at the hospital but got no answer and in the last hour the bleeding and clots lessened but they have started up again, do i wait till morning and keep taking paracetomol?
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi Charmedone,

Welcome to Healthcare Magic,

Your history indicates that perhaps the process of termination has started. If you are bleeding heavily you should go to the hospital immediately. They will do a pelvic ultrasound to see if there is still something inside your womb or the process has completed. They may also give you some medicine to expedite the process & to minimize the blood loss. Paracetamol can only decrease the pain associated with the process. It has nothing to do with the bleeding.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
hi,this bleeding due to mifepristone.if you have profuse bleeding better go to hospital.if you dont had that much of bleeding wait till tomorrow morning. they will give you t.misoprostol 800ug which will complete your abortion process.
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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