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Intermittent bleeding after taking Zintotec after abortion. Suggestion?

hi,when i miss my priods i done velocit test at home ,the result is +ive,after consulting with doctor i take abortion pill .doctor tell me that i hav a bleeding for 14 days n if u still hav a bleeding then i hav to do DLC.AFTER THEN ALSO I HAV A BLEEDING, THEN ANOTHER DOC RX ZINTOTEC 200 1 TAB BD INSERTED VIGINALLY FOR 2 days, after completing the course also i saw some coagulation coming out some time or bleeding some time i observed.plz suugest me what to do.
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
usually the process of abortion will complete in 36 to 48 hours after completing the dosage of pills, after that for 1 to 2 weeks you can see mild bleeding to minimal spotting,
but if you had continuous heavy bleeding better to undergo ultrasound once to detect the possibility of any retained products, as in some cases even after D&C some bits may remain if the procedure is not done completely,
so you consult your doctor once and go for ultrasound which will clarify the doubt.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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