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Suggest Remedy For Excess Bleeding With MTP Kit Intake

A lady was pregnant and she used MTP KIT to get rid from unwanted pregnancy .but after use of mtp kit there was bleeding and bleeding stop after 15 days of abortion ,and just after 5 -6 days bleeding starts again and now there is excess bleeding.so what is the exact treatment now.
Mon, 6 Jun 2016
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Hello,
I have gone through the query and understood your concern. Firstly, the way the abortion was performed through self-medication is improper. The way the bleeding is occurring is suggestive of retained products/infection and hence, needs immediate medical attention and a specialist opinion. I would ask you to get blood counts, coagulation profile, a sonogram of the pelvis, preferably in the trans-vaginal route and urinalysis. Infection should be promptly treated. Any retained products must be emptied. Styptics are needed to arrest the bleeding. Please maintain proper genital hygiene. Hope this helps.
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Suggest Remedy For Excess Bleeding With MTP Kit Intake

Hello, I have gone through the query and understood your concern. Firstly, the way the abortion was performed through self-medication is improper. The way the bleeding is occurring is suggestive of retained products/infection and hence, needs immediate medical attention and a specialist opinion. I would ask you to get blood counts, coagulation profile, a sonogram of the pelvis, preferably in the trans-vaginal route and urinalysis. Infection should be promptly treated. Any retained products must be emptied. Styptics are needed to arrest the bleeding. Please maintain proper genital hygiene. Hope this helps.