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Positive pregnancy test, heavy bleeding with clots, weakness, ejected balloon shaped thing post taking mt pills. Advice?

I am a 20 year old female,I was 2months late for my period,I was suffering from typhoid on the first month, so when I missed again on the 2nd month I tested for pregnancy twice both the time it came positive and 3days ago I took mt pills for medical abortion and my periods started yesterday but there were blood clots in the menstruational bleeding and I was feeling very weak and low,my blood flow was heavy and I even pulled out some balloon type thing out I think it was the baby,what should I do now m I fine?? Plz help...!!!
Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for writing in.
I think you need to see a physician as soon as possible. Even if you did have a abortion, we would need an ultrasound to confirm of there are any products left in your uterus. If they are left, we would need to give you some drugs or perform a procedure to take out these products of conception. If we leave them just like that , they can get infected and you can end up getting seriously ill. Please see your general physician as soon as possible. It would be worth going to the ER as well. Meanwhile, drink plenty of water and dont stand or exercise.
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hi, welcom to healthcaremagic . yes u are absolutely fine, foetus has already been expelled out . now u have to take some haemoglobin improving tonics . thank you.
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