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Took Cytotec vaginally. Had little bleeding. Having cramps, breast tenderness, brown spotting. Abortion successful?

Hi am Yolanda ..I nid your help.I took cytotek over 2wks ago vaginally.hd less than a teaspoon bleeding . By the way I was only 2wiks pregnant. Was that much bleeding normal? I ve been having very mild crumps and mild breast tenderness however breast size reduced tho not to the normal size. I ve also been having brownish discharge non smelly which jst dents my panty liner.are these symptoms normal? Was the abortion successfully
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
Medical abortion pills should never be taken without medical guidance.
the pregnancy has to be confirmed , it has to be dated, and after proper intake of the prescription drugs, a follow up visit is necessary to confirm that the abortion is complete.
Please see a gynecologist to confirm that the abortion is complete, as otherwise, you are at risk of bleeding , infection, incomplete abortion etc.
Take care
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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