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Had a abortion. Given injection and primolute n tablet. Still not got periods. Pregnancy?

Myself sheela, I did aboration on 5 Jan 13 but missed next period i.e.5 Feb. 13 not . I went to the doc. on 23feb. 13. He had given me injection & primolute n tablet . Today is 4 March 13 Still i dont have period. Is there chances of pregnancy. what should i do? If i keep pregnancy then child is okay or is any defect. pls. explain
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Hi Ms. Sheela,
After an abortion, restoration of the normal menstrual cycle may take some time. If completion of the abortion process has been confirmed through a physical exam and a sonogram, you may be having a temporary hormonal imbalance which should respond to kickback with hormonal supplements. If that is not the case, continuation of the pregnancy may be suspected, which may not be a happy event in view of the teratogenic effects that may occur after using the abortion pills. Hope this helps.
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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