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Have been taking crisanta LS. Took an abortion pill. Fear pimples?

Hi, I have been taking Crisanta LS for almost a year now...After 6 months I stopped and immediately conceived as I was not ready for the child I took an abortion pill and again started the pill after 2 months. i started the pill to get rid off acne and it is okay now. Now we are planning for a baby and I am scared of getting pimples agin after stopping the pill. Can abortion affect pregnancy? How about the acne break outs after stopping the pills? I am 27 year old. weight 54 kg, height 5 2 .
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013
Acne are definetly very well controlled by hormonal pills. It is always better to ask your doctor to how to stop the pills before planning pregnancy. Abortion can never affect your pregnancy. Do not worry about break outs. These can be very well controlled by safer medicine which can be applied during pregnancy too.
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