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Found I am pregnant. Took Zitotec 200. No bleeding. Is pregnancy terminated?

My name is Archana. Last month on 8th march my period are coming. but not this month my period is not coming.

I have check with prega sure. then I found I am pregnant, I goes to my doctor, she is giving me ZITOTEC 200MG table ( taking three tablet between gap of 5 min, ) I have taken all three tablets but after 30 hour my bleeding are not started.
I am not sure my pregnancy is terminated or not ? what I do, please suggest.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Zitotec alone will not help in termination of the early pregnancy like you are having. You need to take mifepristone along with the misoprostal tablets that you have taken. Do consult your gynecologist for proper instructions.
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Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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