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Stomach inflated due to infection. Problem reoccurred even after taking medication

i had a stomach problem....... and it used to get inflate in excess. doctor said i had some stomach infection and prescribed me some medicine like rabonik dsr, becosules, antacid etc. he suggested me to take these medicines for one month . i had some relief for some period but recently i am having same problem again inspite of having medicine regularly........???
Asked On : Sun, 10 Jun 2012
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hi vaidehi,
if ur continuously bleeding post mtp pill most probably means an incomplete abortion, but u must confirm by an ultrasonography. if there r retained bits u may require to take more pills or go 4 an evacuation dependng upon d amount of retained products.mtp pills are safe only if taken under proper specialist guidance coz the specialist assesses several factors before prescribing these pills which includes ur period of pregnancy,previous surgery over uterus,no of previous pregnancies,any possibility of ectopic pregnancy plz consult a gynec before taking such pills next time. ALSO PREVENTION OF PREGNANCY IS ALWAYS SAFER THAN GOING 4 AN ABORTION!so take care.
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