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Ultrasound shows early intrauterine embryonic demise, advised hyoscine, primrose, still no bleeding. Ann other medicine to bleed ?

Hi i am AAA, my ultrasound impression shows that early intrauterine embryonic demise. 8 weeks 6 days by CRL Normal ovaries and my ob gave me hyoscine and evening primrose w/c i take 3 times every 8 hrs. but still im not bleeding yet and my cervix is still closed. is there any medicine that i could take so i ll bleed
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Medical abortion is possible only up to 9 weeks after which surgical abortion should be preferred as it provides 98% success rate. Mifepristone followed by Misoprostol are the drugs usually preferred for medical abortion as they have a high success rate with little side effects. Yet, in your case, surgical abortion would be the better choice. Please get further advice from your doctor. Good luck.
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