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Took mifepristone. Had mild bleeding. Will I get periods regularly?

taking 2 ,3 time i pil tablt but tht time my period is regular thn in march m intimate anothr tme bt without safety bt i thnk nthng to be hpn tht day nd aftr 2,4 day i wil take pregncy kit test tht is -ve bt my regular period not come date 27 i wil wait to 3,4 days nd again i wil test thn agan -ve thn i wil go chemist thn he sugs me to take Mifepristone there in 5 tablt thn i used tht period wil come 4th april in evng to 7th april bt not tht much period as regular .nw i wil secure my period wil come regular next mnth
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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After taking mifepristone for early pregnancy abortion, an irregularity of the periods is expected. This irregular bleeding can be corrected with the help of a proper hormonal treatment.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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