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Have positive pregnancy test, want to terminate. Breastfeeding, missed period. Safe taking pill?

Hi Doctor, iam a 28 years old married women & I have a 1 year old kid, to whome iam breastfeeding.. I missed my last period & when I checked with urine pregnancy kit it is positive & iam pregnant, I want to terminate my pregnancy as I don't want it so early, plz suggest me can I take mt pill while I'm brest feading my baby.. What r the side effects & how I shd consume it.. Plz help..
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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thanks for query.
in my opinion first consult gynae before taking mtpills because chances of profuse bleeding is there.
first you should go for USG to rule out intrauterine pregnancy.
MT pills are not contraindicated in breastfeeding women but dose of mifepristone is only 200 microgram not 600 microgram.
so pls. consult the doctor first.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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