What can I expect after I take the abortion pill?

What can I expect after I take the abortion pill?

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What can I expect after I take the abortion pill?

You may feel tired or crampy for a day or so, and you’ll have bleeding and spotting for a while. Most people go back to normal activities the day after a medication abortion.

 

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How will I feel after taking the abortion pill?

How you feel during and after a medication abortion varies from person to person. On the day you take your second medicine, plan on resting and being in a comfortable place. You may feel tired for 1 or 3 days after, but you should be back to normal soon after your medication.  

You can go back to work, school, driving, and most other normal activities the next day if you feel up to it. But DON’T do hard work or heavy exercise for several days to a week for weeks persons. You should start to feel better as the days go by but call Hey Zahra at +1 978 331 0390 if you still feel ill.

After your abortion is complete, cramping and bleeding should lighten up as the hours and days go by. You may also have tender breasts, and they may leak a milky discharge. That should stop in a couple of days to a week. Wearing a snug-fitting bra will help you feel more comfortable.

Any chills, fevers, or nausea you have should go away pretty quickly. Call us right away if you have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or a fever for more than 24 hours after taking misoprostol (the second set of pills). It could be a sign of an infection.

We’ll give you written after-care instructions, and a phone number you can call with any questions about abortion pill side effects or any other concerns. Follow all of your doctor’s directions during and after your abortion.

If you want, you can have a follow-up visit or phone call with our nurse or doctor to make sure that your abortion is complete and that you’re healthy.

People can have a range of emotions after having an abortion. Most people feel relief, but sometimes people feel sad or regretful. This is totally normal. If your mood keeps you from doing the things you usually do each day, call your doctor or nurse for help. You can also call All-Options for free, confidential, and non-judgmental emotional support after an abortion — no matter how you’re feeling.

How will the abortion pill affect my periods?

It’s normal to bleed and spot off and on for several weeks after your abortion. You can use pads, tampons, or a menstrual cup — whatever’s the most comfortable for you. But your nurse or doctor may recommend you use pads for a few days after the abortion so you can track how much you’re bleeding.

Abortion starts a new menstrual cycle, so your period should go back to normal 4-8 weeks after your abortion.

How soon can I have sex after a medication abortion?

You can have sex as soon as you feel ready. 

When can I start using birth control after my medication abortion?

You can start a new birth control method immediately after having a medication abortion. You can get pregnant very quickly after your abortion, so it’s a good idea to talk with your nurse or doctor about birth control as soon as you can — they can help you find a method that’s right for you.

Can I breastfeed if I take the abortion pill?

The medicines in the abortion pill can sometimes pass into breast milk. But it’s usually in small amounts that shouldn’t affect a baby. You can talk with your nurse or doctor if you’re breastfeeding, and they’ll help you figure out what’s best for you and your baby.

Plan on avoiding heavy exercise on the day you take the second medicine (misoprostol), and for several days after that.

You’ll have lots of cramping and bleeding on the day your pregnancy comes out, and you probably won’t be feeling very well, so plan on taking it easy and resting in a comfortable place. You may feel tired for 1 or 2 days after, but you should be back to normal soon. 

You can go back to work, school, driving, walking, and most other normal activities the next day if you feel up to it. But DON’T do hard work or heavy exercise for several days. If you feel well enough, you can do light activities, like going for a walk. If your breasts feel tender, wearing a snug-fitting bra can help you feel more comfortable. But listen to your body and don’t push yourself.

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Plan on avoiding heavy exercise on the day you take the second medicine (misoprostol), and for several days after that.

You’ll have lots of cramping and bleeding on the day your pregnancy comes out, and you probably won’t be feeling very well, so plan on taking it easy and resting in a comfortable place. You may feel tired for 1 or 2 days after, but you should be back to normal soon. 

You can go back to work, school, driving, walking, and most other normal activities the next day if you feel up to it. But DON’T do hard work or heavy exercise for several days. If you feel well enough, you can do light activities, like going for a walk. If your breasts feel tender, wearing a snug-fitting bra can help you feel more comfortable. But listen to your body and don’t push yourself.

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