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Conceived few months after C-section, took termination kit, have weight gain, tiredness, face swelling, muscle pains. Guidance?

I had C-section right an year ago and dint gain much wait afterwards. Then 5 months after C section conceived again and chose to discontinue pregnancy. Visited OBG and got mefipristone & Misoprostol (I think i spell it right) combination for discontinuation. Later my hemoglobin levels came down I put on so much weight. My present Hemoglobin is 10. 5 . I feel so tired even if I don t work. I am 5 6 and 87kgs in weight. My face is swelled too much and I ve muscle pains. I feel so sleepy even after having a sleep of 10hrs. I am so depressed and worried as to whom to consult. If I have to visit a Doc I don t know whom to. Please advice upon whom to consult.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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You need to see your gynaecologist, to make sure that after using the medicines the proper effect has come.
You may also be required to see an endocrinologist to access your hormone status.

Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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