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Missing periods, pregnancy test negative. Taken misoprostol. Started white discharge, cramps. Not getting periods

hi maam, i dint get period so on my 45 th day, my doctor advised me a urine pregnancy test ... which turned out to be negative (i had sex with condom), then my doctor advised misoprostol cytolog 200 mcg, to take two on thursday night and two on friday morning vaginally(on 8 th and 9 th march)... after i took two on thursday night, i had cramps and some white tissue discharge on friday morning... but after my complete course on friday morning no bleeding has occured till today (10 th march) and i have cramps and nausea now... iam unmarried and iam 24, any suggetions pls
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Was your Sexual contact during your fertile period?Assuming that you are not pregnant based on urine test and condom use, the misoprostol would simply try to squeeze out your uterine secretions.Cramps and nausea are side effects of the drug. It is useless if you were not pregnant to begin with.I would recommend an US scan,if normal just wait for the periods to resume in due course of time.
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