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Am on pills given by doc for pregnancy termination but the pain is intense. Can i get any tab or anything that can reduce the pain
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Try to avoid meftal... Better to take tramadol or paracetamol  under guidance of your doctor... As your doctor should know if any problem  so have a visit....
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Hello, You can take mild painkillers like meftal. Take adequate rest and get Sonography done to check if there are any retained products of conception.
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Strong painkillers will be harmful take mild painkillers like paracetamol (Crocin). drink fluids adequately.Take rest for a day or two.Do Sonography afterwards to see it has been evacuated properly.
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You can take tab Meftal spas. However go to a gynaecologist ..get a scan done..... If it's intolerable you should not neglect.
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Better to avoid meftal spas. We give prostaglandin derivative for termination of pregnancy and meftal spas is a progesterone antagonist . Although it will not Completely nullify the action of misoprostol but for a better response don't use meftal spas. You can take tablet paracetamol or tablet tramadol if the pain is severe.
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get an ultrasound done after expulsion to confirm complete evacuation
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Tab  meftal spas for pain
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