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Cramps and bleeding after taking Cyto tec, sensitive breasts, back pain. Is the medication working?

i took cyto tec yesterday at exactly 4 weeks and 6 days i had cramps mild and sometimes shooting and i have been bleeding a little now since yesterday... mainly when i sit on the flush i saw the blood and clots drip out... but otherwise its really less... my boobs are still sensitive and my back still hurts... is the medication working? also can i smoke while doing a medical abortion
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi Sana
All the problems
cramping pains
are side effects of cytotec
bleeding after medicaton doesn't mean that abortion has completed.
after stoppage of bleeding,consult your gynaecologist & carry out an
ultrasound scan to detect whether abortion is complete or not.
Smoking is injurious to health,it should be avoided
Take care
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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