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Bleeding after abortion pill

A: Dear Andrew, It is common and completely normal to bleed for weeks to months after the abortion pill.  The bleeding can be like a period, or come and go, or be spotting.  It can be red, pink, brown.  It can be clots.  This is all normal.  The AVERAGE length of bleeding after the abortion pill is 6 weeks - which means 50% of women bleed longer than 6 weeks.  Her period will come back to normal in the next few months. There is more information on our website: http://www.earlyabortionoptions.com - go to making your decision and aftercare sections. I hope this is helpful, Doctor Joan http://www.early
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abortion pill and continuing pregnancy

A: Hi Tere, I would advise that you talk to your regular doctor if not the one who advised you to take the abortion pill. If you need a referral, contact a pregnancy resource center and see what they can tell you. http://www.optionline.org or call 1-800-395-HELP. Tell them the whole situation and they should be able to help. Or you can try this website http://www.heartbeatinternational.org/worldwide_directory.asp Also, join this group and ask the women there http://groups.yahoo.com/group/unplanned_pregnancy_help/ There are some really well-informed women on there. I would love for you to email me as well at DCHERYL51@yahoo.com Sincerely, Diane Cheryl...
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  would my doctor give me an abortion pill on the day i asked for it aw would ihave to wait

A: Hi, First of all, I would suggest you to confirm your pregnancy through a home pregnancy test. After that, ifthe test shows positive then it will be best to consult this with your gynecologist for an abortion who willsuggest you appropriate method. Here I would like to alert you that without being consulting your doctor, ifyou take any medicine or abortion pills it can be really harmful to your health. I would suggest that youimmediately make an arrangement to see your gynecologist to know the pregnancy status & for furtheradvices. Hope this helps....


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would my doctor give me an abortion pill on the day i asked for it aw would ihave to wait

A: Hi, First of all, I would suggest you to confirm your pregnancy through a home pregnancy test. After that, ifthe test shows positive then it will be best to consult this with your gynecologist for an abortion who willsuggest you appropriate method. Here I would like to alert you that without being consulting your doctor, ifyou take any medicine or abortion pills it can be really harmful to your health. I would suggest that youimmediately make an arrangement to see your gynecologist to know the pregnancy status & for furtheradvices. Hope this helps....


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What Can You Tell Me About abortion pills?

A: There is a combination of pills that can be prescribed to women who are 8 weeks or less pregnant to cause a miscarriage. The first medication blocks hormones necessary in pregnancy and the second medication causes contractions and allows the woman to expel the pregnancy in the privacy of her own home. There were prescription abortion pills available, like misoprostol, which was discontinued in 2003. You need to talk to your doctor about getting a prescription for this kind of medication....


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I took the abortion pill today but however i dont want to follow thru with the rest of the medication. Im currently 8week pregnant...and i was wondering if my baby would still be alive and if so what would be some of its defects?

A: Hi,Since you have already taken one abortion pill, likelihood of defects in fetus increases even if you stoptaking further pills. Defects may include tissue loss, birth ailments, still birth, incomplete fetaldevelopment, etc. However, you can consult your gynecologist regarding the condition and have an opinion. Take care and regards....


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What Can You Tell Me About abortion pills?

A: There is a combination of pills that can be prescribed to women who are 8 weeks or less pregnant to cause a miscarriage. The first medication blocks hormones necessary in pregnancy and the second medication causes contractions and allows the woman to expel the pregnancy in the privacy of her own home. There were prescription abortion pills available, like misoprostol, which was discontinued in 2003. You need to talk to your doctor about getting a prescription for this kind of medication....


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what are the name of abortion pills and the side effects?

A: abortion pills are not to be taken without consulting a doctor. They can be taken only when pregnancy is upto14 days overdue. Cannot be taken in presence of certain diseases.there are no major side effects in properlyselected patients....


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Still pregant after abortion pill

A: No, your actions would not cause the *abortion not to work, but they do put you at greater risk for infections of th cervix and uterus, which could be a very serious matter in itself. It"s even more urgent for you to see a doctor immediately, and tell him/her that you used tampons and also that water may have gotten into your vagina when your cervix wasn"t fully closed (happens when you swim or take baths). See, ANYTHING you put in your vagina when your cervix is relaxed can lead to infections, unless it is sterilized first - but tampons and swimming pool water are not sterilized at all. It"s incredible that the clinic did not give you any instructions regarding aftercare. That was extremely unprofessional and even dangerous. Can you email me to let me know...
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medical abortion failed, incomplete abortion, aspiration procedure, abortion pill, cytotec

A: Dear Marilyn, You have excellent questions. I am always impressed with women who do their research when they need to get an abortion.  Most women do not know all of their options in the area of early abortion. Here are my thoughts on your questions: 1) No - measuring the thickness of the endometrium DOES NOT correlate with retained products or incomplete abortion.  The only reason to do an aspiration abortion procedure after a medical abortion is if 1) there is a continuing pregnancy; 2) the pregnancy is over but a sac remains, and the women does not want to pass it naturally. 3) A woman experiences lengthy or heavy bleeding or continued cramping....
 
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