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Question: misoprostol tablets didnt result in bleeding.what can b don

 guidemeplz - Wed Apr 22, 2009 4:38 am

i got my last period on 15th march. today is 22nd apr. I didnt get any periods. I took mifepristone tablet yesterday night at 8.30 and took misoprostol( totally 4 at a time with water) today at 8.30 am. Now the time is 3pm. I didnt get the bleeding still. Pain is very less. I don't think so will get it anymore. What can be the next step??? Is it possible to deal with tablets itself?? Any tablet available that can be taken now?? What am i suppose to expect from a doctor? Tablet or treatment?? My boyfriend is saying, there is only way : the 10,000 rs treatment from a doctor........and he wants me to do it right tomorrow 23rd apr. And if i take that treament will my chances of getting pregnant later be affected?? Can u please HELP ME soon... need the reply by today?
 guidemeplz - Tue Apr 28, 2009 3:16 am

ya i got the bleeding the next day afternoon around 2.. but please tell will it affect getting pregnant later and please tell me has it been aborted fully now and how can i check it by myself


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