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Pregnant, taken misoprostol instead mifepristone, cramps

I am 5 weeks pregnant and I am going to take the abortion pill as I just cannot financially afford to bring this child into the world and the father turned out to be a major drug addict with mental health issues. I went to my doctor had my sonogram and the doctor advised the medical assistant to administer me what I thought was the first set of pills (the mifepristone ) on Saturday but come to find out... the assistant gave me the misoprostol instead. I exp. cramps on Saturday and Sunday but thought this was because the medication did that. Anyway, when I went to the doctor today she was very upset to hear that I got the wrong medication. I took the mifepristone around 2pm California time and I am having bad cramps again but no bleeding. Do I have to wait 48 hours to take the misoprostol?
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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I really apreciate your desition but i feel you should go for MTP. Cause you have take medicinebin very wrong way and there are chances of exessive bleeding for you if you continue medicine. Dont worry MTP will be safe for you. Bye and take care.
Answered: Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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