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Concerns about cytotec for second abortion attempt. Will i be able to get pregnant in future ?

Hi , I was prescribed cytotec by my doctor to induce abortion- 2 oral 4 in utero . it induced bleeding but then stopped, i was still pregnant . Now at 8 weeks the doctor has prescribed the same. I trust her but i am concerned having read some dangers and side effects. Will i be able to get pregnant in the future? what are the risks if it fails again this time. Does my dosage sound correct?
Asked On : Tue, 31 May 2011
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If cytotec has failed once and you are to try again it is better to be careful.If she is a Gynaecologist please discuss in detail the pros and cons about doing so.If this is the same pregnancy you are trying to abort the better option is to get a D&C done by the Gynaecologist so that abortion is complete this time and there is no failure.Please discuss in detail before starting the course of cytotec.
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