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White discharge from areola after surgical abortion. After how many days should I take another pregnancy test?

i had an surgical abortion (8 weeks pregnancy) on 16th july 2012...its 12th august....still if i squeeze the areola there is a small drop of whitish discharge or milk....but i don t show any other pregnancy symptoms ...i was prescribed to take ciprocin filmet pantonix and cytonis.....after how many days should i take another pregnancy test to confirm that i\m nt pregnant anymore...and exactly after how many days will i stop secreting milk....
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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The milk sceretion from breast after an abortion might persist for over a month in some cases. Avoid any breast stimulation. You can check your urine for pregnancy 25 days after the surgical abortion.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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