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Pregnant, wants to abort child. Taken MT pills, started bleeding, was not supposed to bleed till inserting Misoprost pills vaginally. Successful abortion?

Hi, I had MT pill yesterday, 27th april, 11:53 pm, and after about 22 hours, now, I have started bleeding(just few drops so far). I am alarmed because according to my gynecologist , I was not supposed to bleed until after inserting the Misoprost 200mg*4 on the 29th, 11:53pm. Is it dangerous? Also, I am about six weeks into pregnancy . Would it be too painful? Also, I am using a tampon . Is it okay?
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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hello lillie
dont worry about the bleed it can happen
take misoprost as advised on the given time
you can take the misoprost tablets orally also dont be surprised
6 weeks is fine
pain depends on your ability to tolerate it eg it will be 3-4 times severe to normal menstrual cramps
use a tampoon as you will bleed for 5-7 days though more on the day you take misoprost
get a pelvic ultrasound after bleeding stops
Answered: Wed, 2 May 2012
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