Hi everyone am new here... I took pills (cytotec) and injection I bleed dat day and passed small cloths and very little... Next day no pain no cramp but am bleeding like a normal period... Is dat normal
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replied November 26th, 2018
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There's not much info here. Let's guess that you had a positive pregnancy test and took Cytotec a couple of weeks after the period came up missing, that is at 6 weeks pregnant. You took no Mifepristone beforehand so a heavy dose of Cytotec is recommended, as many as twelve in three rounds of four. Now you want to know if the process worked! Pretty much the only way to tell is by waiting a week and then running another home pregnancy test. If the test is getting fainter the chances are it was successful, test stronger equals no such luck.
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replied October 14th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.Bleeding for at least 2 weeks after vaginal misoprostol for common. Heavy bleeding is usually limited to a few days after treatment.



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