When should I be concerned about my abortion?
Signs of complications
Call your doctor immediately if you have any of these symptoms after an abortion: Severe bleeding. Both medical and surgical abortions usually cause bleeding that is different from a normal menstrual period.
What should you see after an abortion?
After an abortion, it is normal for women to experience the following symptoms: bleeding or spotting for 3–6 weeks, although some women do not bleed at all. passing small- to medium-sized blood clots. cramping that is similar to or slightly heavier than that of a menstrual period.
How long does it take for your cervix to close after abortion?
A: It is unlikely a doctor will be able to tell you’ve had an abortion as long as your cervix has fully closed, which takes about 3 weeks. However, it’s important to recognize that pregnancy and abortion are normal, important parts of your medical history, and we encourage you to be honest with your doctor.
What are the side effects of abortion?
Potential risks of medical abortion include:
- Incomplete abortion, which may need to be followed by surgical abortion.
- An ongoing unwanted pregnancy if the procedure doesn’t work.
- Heavy and prolonged bleeding.
- Digestive system discomfort.
What should we avoid after abortion?
Consume lots of green leaves, dry fruits, dry ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, milk. As abortion can lead to hormonal imbalances avoid foods that can aggravate your condition. Avoid junk foods, sugar-based drinks and foods, and skip food items that can cool your body down like Potatoes, raw bananas, bottle guard.
Is it hard to get pregnant after abortion?
In the majority of cases, having an abortion won’t affect your ability to get pregnant again in the future. Nor will it affect your ability to have a healthy pregnancy. In rare instances, a surgical abortion can cause scarring of the uterine wall. This may make it more difficult to get pregnant again.