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Took cytotec myspristol pills for abortion. Result positive even after bleeding. Incomplete abortion?

i tuk cytotec myspristol 3 pills 2 orally 1 i put in vagina .i was approx 3-4 weeks pregnant when i tuk pill.i tuk on 4th december and i had cramping sooner normal periods bleeding ended on 10th .i chechked yestday result shows i am positive still .i live in qatar where abortion is illegal what should i do ?Is it a incomplete abortion?how will i seeek medical help?what should i say and do
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Mar 2016
As you took those abortifacient drugs,it may lead to incomplete abortion sometimes and get positive result due to retained bits of conception.
Do a USG lower abdomen to check retained products of conception if any. Then consult with your gynecologist and take advice accordingly. You may need some medications to complete abortion.
Practice safe sex in future to avoid unwanted pregnancy.
Be well.
Answered: Mon, 17 Mar 2014
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