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Sharp pains in the lower abdomen after abortion

sharp pains in the lower abdomen after aborting at 1 month .Hi doc am a 23 year old female,i had an abortion when i was 1 month pregnant 11 months ago.My problem is i experience sharp pains in my lower abdomen,constant headeche and minor body pains.Of recent about 3 weeks ago,my breasts sometimes produce breastmilk.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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Welcome to health care magic forum
post abortion pain generally don`t persist for so long if you have got it done from qualified doctor & govt.approved centre. Production of breast milk is due to hormone prolactin. So get your serum prolactin level tested. For pain consult the gynec& get tested to find the cause & get it treated .Hb,TLC,DLC ,urine complete,& ultrasound of abdomen is required to find the cause.
Wish you good health
Answered: Sun, 24 Apr 2011
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