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Started heavy black discharge after taking abortion pill. No fever, no abdominal pain. Should I be concerned?

my wife took mtp kit based on doctors prescription for unwanted pregnancy on dec 13. Initially for 3-4 days it was a heavy bleeding and also some tissues/clot came out and after that bleeding was lighter and still it is lighter and it is not stopped. it is nearing 2nd week on 25 dec. and since 3 days black discharge is going on and it doesnot smell, no fever or pain in abdomen , however she is complaining about lower back pain and knee pain at joints only . Is this black discharge is a concern ? and what is next for her ? do we need to go for ultrasound or d&c to check the tissues or it is normal? pls advise. thanks
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Sometimes MTP kit does not completely evacuate uterine products of conception and slight discharge may continue for several wk/days depending upon gestational age.
Do a USG pelvis to rule out underlying pathology/retained bits of conceptional product if any. Then consult with your gynecologist and may need D &C for complete abortion.
Practice safe sex by using safe period/OCP/Condom etc to avoid unwanted pregnancy & unnecessary vaginal bleeding.
Be well.
Answered: Sun, 16 Mar 2014
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