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If there was bleeding and cramps after taking misoprostol which stopped after 5 days of taking misoprostol. Then can it be ectopic pregnancy?
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No it doennot have any relation.with ectopic pregnancy you can get your usg.done to rule out pregnancy
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Hi, misoprostol tablets can only be taken after consulting gyn and ultrasound confirmation. If you have consulted previously then dont worry. If not consulted then please meet gyn first .
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You had taken 'misoprostol' for abortion. Where is the question of pregnancy, normal or ectopic after the abortion? The diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy if suspected should be made before abortion.
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Ectopic pregnancy is diagnosed by ultrasound in the early stage. It's very important to do a USG before every case of abortion
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u need to confirm this with ultrasound
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