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the abortion pill

A: Hi, kayleigh, Your brother has NO RIGHT to expect his girlfriend to use the abortion pill. It can KILL her. the manufacturer specifically says it is NOT to be used by pregnant women. Your brother has a duty to protect his girlfriend. there are several ways this can kill. One way is by causing toxic shock syndrome. That kills within hours, usually before emergency room personnel can even diagnose the problem. It can cause the uterus to have such violent contractions that it will rupture. It can cause a woman to bleed to death. Depending on
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Have you taken the abortion pill?

A: What abortion pill? there is an after morning pill if you failed to use protection or not use it correctly to PREVENT pregnancy. No there''s an abortion pill. I haven''t used it... but I believe you have to be 8 wks or less. It''s as much as a surgical abortion 400-500. You take one pill in office sometimes a shot... and then you take the other pill vaginally at home 2 or 3 days later. You will need to contact your local planned parenthood to find out where it''s done...
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suggestion for how to use abortion pills

A: Hello, Sri, Your friend is just about too far along for the pills to work anyway. And both of these medications are very dangerous. Mifepristone is a steroid. they have banned steroids for men, but apparently they don"t care enough to ban steroids for women. We aren"t considered valuable enough. Misoprostol can kill her, and sometimes it only takes hours or days. She can get an infection that can kill her so fast that doctors in the emergency room don"t even have time to diagnose the problem, let alone cure it. Or it can cause her uterus to rupture, or it can cause her to bleed to death. Her baby needs her, so she...
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abortion pill didn't work,,,Why?

A: Dear Sherry, It sounds like the abortion pill did not work.  What pills did you take and how did you take the pills? Did you get them from a doctor"s office? Did you get an ultrasound or blood tests? What were the results?  It is difficult for me to advise you without the complete medical picture.   You can find out more about the abortion pill at: earlyabortion.com. Dr. Joan Earlyabortionoptions NYC,...
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abortion pill Mifeprex 200mg

A: Hi, daniela, Thank you for helping me know the correct spelling for your name, and for the very kind rating. From what I am learning, you may have taken these pills too early. Also, they wanted you to take the second set of pills much more quickly than they usually tell women. the clue to the situation is the fact you bled lightly. If it had produced results, you would have almost certainly bled more heavily. Also, the fact it was so early does indicate that it...
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abortion pill, early abortion, cytotec abortion, misoprostol, aspiration abortion

A: Dear Yosoymia, I"m sorry you"re having such a hard time getting the medical care you need. If you lived in a country with legal abortion, it would be better for you to see a doctor.  Cytotec abortions only work about 80% of the time. RU486, or Mifepristone, increases your chances to almost 100%.  the best early abortion procedure is the nonsurgical Aspiration Procedure.  This procedure takes less than 5 minutes, is very gentle, and does not utilize scraping or electric suction. I do not know of an office that offers the Aspiration procedure in...
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how does Emergency Contraception work?

A: Emergency contraception is a type of birth control which is taken within five days of unprotected sexual activity to prevent pregnancy, although the sooner it is taken, the more effective it will be. Emergency contraception is sometimes referred to as “the Day After pill,” or “Plan B,” the brand name of a popular form of progestin-only emergency contraceptive pill. While women would be advised to have a course of emergency contraception on hand, they should not rely upon it as a form of birth control, and they should also be aware that it will not protect them from...


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I was taking the Migrelief pill containing feverfew for approx 3 weeks and I developed an allergic?

A: Depending on the half-life of that medication it can vary as to how long it will remain in your system. It can be gone in as little as a few days to as long as a month or more. If the allergic reaction has stopped then you have made the correct assumption that it probably was the medication. I would suggest that you contact your doctor and ask for another migraine preventitive such as Lyrica, Topamax, Elavil, Depakote, and even possibly Nuerontin. there are other medications that can treat an attack such as narcotic pain killers, and Fioricet, Fiorinal, etc... and even...


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does the morning-after pill cause an abortion?

A: Opposing factions will argue until the end of time whether the morning-after pill results in an abortion. NYabortion.com, the Mayo Clinic and Princeton University''s Emergency Contraception Website say ''no,'' whereas pro-life groups say ''yes.''FeaturesEmergency contraception, which is called the morning-after pill, is taken in two large doses. the pill contains hormones that are very similar to the hormones found in birth control pills. the...


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abortion pills without pregnancy test

A: Hi, Ruma, No need to apologize for the long message. It was helpful. First of all, please know that I am not a doctor, and I"m not intimately familiar with these various medications. Nor could I comment on them anyway because I"d be practicing medicine without a license. But I can, and will, make some general comments. I don"t know the story behind your menstrual irregularities, but I suffered from this for many years, so I know where you are coming from. First of all, all those hormones aren"t good for your body. It"s asking for trouble. If there is some other way of dealing with your problem, it would be much better. Sometimes...
 
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