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Taken Mifepristone and Misoprostol. Abdominal pain, bleeding. When can I get pregnant next?

my pregnancy is anembryonic so my doctor has advice me medical abortion .my pregnancy is 10 they gave me mifepristone in the clinic itself on dated 7/01/2013.again after 2 days they called me and they inserted misoprostol in the vegina.after that i have lot of pain in my lower abdomain.lot of bleeding also husband resides in gulf i want to know that after this abortion after how many months can i have safe pregnancy.plz can u tell
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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After having a medical abortion, you should wait for at least six months before planning for your next pregnancy. This much of the time is needed for your body to regain the proper health so that you can give birth to a healthy baby.
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Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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