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There is no bleeding after 3days of taking cytolog 200mg and pausesr. Why is this happening and is there anything serious ?

Hello I had taken abortion pill on 3rd of august.After that my bleeding started.Then after 10days i consulted my doctorand she told me to do pelvic scan.But after doing scan,she told that Echogenic area seen centrally and just above the os 1.59cms *0.78cms. and she gave me CYTOLOG 200mg and PAUSE SR tablet.After taking 3days of these medicines,my bleeding totally stopped.So,is there anything serious?Pls help me...
Asked On : Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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There is incomplete expulsion of the products of conception which is why they need to be removed by taking medicine now. You will experience some bleeding and passage of mass as well if the abortion becomes complete. Consult your Gynaecologist and follow up with ultrasound to see if products have been expelled after bleeding takes place.
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