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Abortion pill in 9 weeks pregnancy
I want to take abortion pill and I am 9 weeks pregnant. I do not want to go for surgical abortion.. Plz suggest how to take the tablets.
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MTP kit or Mefrin Kit should be taken with consultation with gynaecologist
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Understand your concern. Medical management is possible You have to undergo treatment with mifepristone and misoprostol but it’s advisable you take these medicines under the care of a doctor following u up regularly for 3 days
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1. Consult a doctor 2. Tab Mifepristone 200mg - single dose on Day 1 3. Tab misoprostol 800mcg - on day 2 Follow up till day 3
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Let me which tab you are having to advise
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It's advisable to take pills till 7 weeks only
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