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I am continuously bleeding after abortion

hi doc. I have an abortion last on early Feb and have continue bleeding till now. how is that ? not much but continuous like normal period every time n need change pads..pls help..
Asked On : Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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some bleeding after abortion is normal , it will subside and some spotting may remain. But if the bleeding is more and does not stop, you need an examination by the gynecologist surely and may be a scan as well if suggested.I suggest you see a doctor

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General & Family Physician Dr. Akshith's  Response
Hello and welcome to healthcare magic!!!
Bleeding after an abortion for some duration is normal but if it continues to remain you need to get yourself evaluated by your gynaecologist for the same and rule out retained products of conception. Also get an ultrasound scan to confirm that the abortion is complete.
take care.
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