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Heavy bleeding. Taking Texakind and Ziminic. Is bleeding due to post abortion effect?

Hi! I have been prescribed Texakind 500 mg and zimnic AZ by my cousin who is also my OBGYN because I have been bleeding for the past 20 days. When it first started, I thought I was menstruating but by around day 5 it was brown spot and today (on the 20th day) it was a little heavy bleeding and light later in the evening. I m 35 years old and have had 2 abortions in the past 7 years. Please advice if a) could it be post abortion effects b) if not, what could this bleeding be and are the medications safe?
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.
If you have recently underwent termination of pregnancy, irregular bleeding can be due to retained products of conception,
So get your trans-vaginal scan done to rule out products of conception.
Take care
Answered: Mon, 12 May 2014
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