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Cytotec without a doctor's prescription

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I live in a country where abortion is illegal and I desperately need help
My GF had her last period on 30/may, and after that we had intercourse on the 20th/June, and she was expecting her period around the 25 to 27 of may, but nothing happened till now.
Two days ago she got a pregnancy test, and it was positive (tried couple times with the same result) and it’s mostly impossible to get an ultrasound. So she’s pregnant but I don’t know in which week, didn’t know how to calculate it really.
I have managed to get some Cytotec (200mg) pills, and I’m sure that they’re not fake cuz my friend used them before and they worked for her. But the way she used them is as the following:
She took 3 pills orally and 2 via her Vagina.
And then she started taking 1 pill every hour orally.
And it worked for her.
What I’m asking, is what is the proper way to use it for my GF,
your prompt reply will be approchiated

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replied July 7th, 2008
Medical Abortion Answer A4376
Even if abortion wasn’t forbidden in your country, taking Cytotec on your own without a doctor’s prescription and supervision is also illegal and dangerous. So I can’t give you any advice on how to use Cytotec.

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