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Pregnant, cytotec and diclofenac for pain, little bleeding. Is it abortion?

Hi, I m 24 yrs and 3 weeks pregnant . I took 2 doses of cytotec and diclofenac for pains and had very little bleeding which didn t fill a pad and its been 3days now. I ve been spotting, not regular though. I m having another dose now. What do I do? How can I be sure its been aborted since the clots are really tiny? Thanks in advance
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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Welcome To Health Care Magic.

It is quite common to have some bleeding or spotting up to 4 weeks after medical abortion. As you are just 3 weeks pregnant the bleeding should be less. Do not worry . You should be back to normal in no time.

To confirm whether the abortion is complete or not, you need to get an Ultrasound scan done. This should clear all your doubts. Meanwhile take good diet and plenty of fluids.

Wish you a healthy Life.

Take Care

Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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