An incomplete abortion is the termination of pregnancy that has only been partially successful. In fact, the pregnancy ended and the embryo will no longer develop anymore, however, the body body does not properly expel the tissue and the other contents of pregnancy.
The symptoms of an incomplete abortion are:
- Continuous heavy bleeding (more than a regular menstrual period);
- Cramps days after taking Misoprostol (Cytotec – 200mcg);
- Unbearable pain, fever, and continuous bleeding after 3 weeks;
- Pain when put pressure in your stomach.
You should reach a hospital or a doctor to complete the abortion if you feel any of these syptoms. This is entirely necessary since the tissue and blood that remain in your body can cause bleeding and infection.
The treatment for an incomplete abortion is LEGAL everywhere.
In countries where women can be prosecuted for having an abortion, it is not necessary to tell the medical staff you tried to get an abortion. You can say you THINK to have had a miscarriage.
THERE ARE NO tests that can prove that the woman had a medical abortion.
It is extremely important to give medical treatment to an incomplete abortion. The treatment for an incomplete abortion is called Curettage or Suction Aspiration. Any clinic that can apply medical treatment to miscarriages can treat woman who have gone through an incomplete abortion as well because the symptoms of both circumstances are the same.
Frequency of incomplete procedures after having medical abortions with Misoprostol (Cytotec – 200mcg).
|Lenght of pregnancy
|% of incomplete abortions