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Took cytotec, saw heavy bleeding which continued for a week with pain. Aborted?

Hello I took cytotec 200mg 3 of the uterus and 3 of the mouth and after 3 or 4 hours happened heavy bleeding with pain but with Aelloukh sandals lam and saw the towel health bag of blood then continued bleeding about a week and a half of blood and then little bleeding without pain Dothis means that the abortion took place
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query,
Success of medical method of abortion abortion mainly depends upon period of gestation. Overall success rate is 95%, incomplete abortion in 2% and no response in 1%. In your case as the bleeding has decreased and there is no pain, it seems that the abortion is complete. Further confirmation may be done by Clinical examination by a doctor or by a scan.
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Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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