What Happens When You Take Mifepristone And Misoprostol Together
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What To Expect After Taking Misoprostol Mumsnet
Bleeding should commence 1 - 4 hours after taking misoprostol. Sometimes, it can take up to 24 to 72 hours after the misoprostol, but if there's no bleeding after 72 hours, the abortion didn't work. This could be because the pills weren't taken correctly, you have an ectopic pregnancy , or you weren't pregnant in the first place. I found out last Thursday I had a missed miscarriage. You may have seen my other post asking how long it's safe to wait for the miscarriage to pass, as my baby stopped growing at 6+6 and I'm now what should have been 13+2, with no signs and waiting to hear from the hospital what my options are. I called... I’m so sorry for your loss. I had my first miscarriage at 8 weeks earlier this year and am currently going through my second one. I opted to take the pills for my first miscarriage.
I started bleeding really heavily about 4 hours after taking the first dose and was passing massive clots (about the size of a mandarin orange).
What Does Missed Abortion Mean
An incomplete abortion is very rare, but it can sometimes happen when you have a pregnancy termination. The term incomplete abortion can be confusing, because it sounds as if the termination hasn’t happened. However, it actually means that the contents of the womb haven’t been expelled completely. The abortion has happened, but there is. Late-term abortion. While there is also no precise medical definition for "late-term" abortion, it is generally understood to take place during or after 21 to 24 weeks into a pregnancy—roughly. A miscarriage is the spontaneous loss of a fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. (Pregnancy losses after the 20th week are called preterm deliveries.) A miscarriage may also be called a "spontaneous abortion." This refers to naturally occurring events, not to medical abortions or surgical abortions. The doctor may also use the term.