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Had unprotected sex. Missed periods. Took Miferistone, 2 tablets of Misoprostol. Bleeding occured. Take more tablets to terminate pregnancy?

my last period was on 9th dec. have a unprotected sex on 2nd jan and missed periods on 9th jan I have taken cipla s mtp kit. Taken miferistone 200mg orally and after 24 hours taken 1 tablet misoprostol 200mg vaginally and start bleding after 2 hours and bleding stoped completely after 12 hours? then taken 2nd tablet misoprostol200mg vaginally then miner bleeding happens. plz conform whether, i should take balance to 2 tablet misoprostol 200mg. how i can confirm the termination of pregnancy.?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
You had taken one tablet of miferistone 200mg,that is right but after that you had taken one tablet of misoprostol 200mg vaginally that is wrong.You should have taken all the 4 tablets that is total 800 mg of misoprostol vaginally.Since bleeding has occured after a total of three tablets.I would suggest you to go of ultrasound to confirm complete abortion has taken place or not.If abortion is not complete you have to get it complete by saurgical means that is D & C, for which you need to consult a gynaecologist.
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Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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