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Unbearable cramps in tummy after taking abortion pill, adviced to take DVN plus

Hey my wife was pregnant with 2- 3 weeks and she had pills to abort it. its been a couple of days since she took those pills. Now everything seems to go as per doctors advice but she is having unbearable cramps in the tummy and we have been advised to take DVN plus. i was wondering if that would subside the pain and also wanted to know if it can interfere with her usual abortion cycle which usually stays for 6 days and outta which 3 are done.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Apr 2012
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Thanks for your query, DVN PLUS tab contains drotaverine hydrochloride 80 mg, mefenamic acid 250 mg. It is indicated for control & prevention of pain & dysfunction caused by smooth muscle spasm; biliary & renal colics, cholecystopathy associated with spastic symptoms. Hope I have answered your query and will be happy to respond to any further questions. Thanks
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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