Where can I buy Misoprostol?
Well first, I have no symptoms of conceiving or implantation. But this morning I had a tampon in and took it our from discharge, but anyways, I saw a very little smallest amount of pinkish discharge. I haven't had cramps or any stomach pain and I am on birth control and I take it regularly. I visited my boyfriend and we had intercourse at least 12 times in 2 days. Leaving me, when I arrived home, raw and i had a UTI, which i still have. I saw him Friday night, Saturday, and a little Sunday and had to leave.I'm wondering:
1. Is any type of Misoprostol or cytotec or any medicines that aid in abortion available over the counter or at a drug store or Walmart but not needing a RX?
2. Should I take a birth control test? If yes, I'd like to find out sooner so how do the ovulation tests work?
3. Is it possibly just my uti or is it pink discharge? What are my chances of being pregnant on birth control for 4 months and missing on 2 pills?
Yes. I know the consequences of this. And I know the symptoms but I don't have any. I physically and mentally don't "feel" pregnant. So please, and thank you for your help.
- Anonymous6 years ago
Should you really be pregnant, I would say go ahead and have your baby. Abortion by any method at home or hospital really would be wrong and a huge mistake. Abortions can indeed sometimes give physical complications and problems with future pregnancies such as miscarriages being more likely. Common side effects (which can last up to two months) can include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and bleeding. Some experience even worse complications.
A lot of real guilt and shame often can come with an abortion. Perhaps it is for this reason that many relationships end not too long after an abortion is done.
The other day a girl on Yahoo Answers commented that she could not stop crying ever since she had her abortion.
Someone else shared, “My sister had an abortion at 21 and she said it haunts her and she has dreams of a three yr old boy! (it’s been three yrs).”
And another said, “I had the procedure done two days ago and i regret it deeply. I just keep crying and want the baby back. I just keep having all these what if thoughts about the fetus I aborted and i just feel horrible. I should of kept it and now i just don’t know how to cope with the decision I made.”
Someone else posted, “ I have a lot of guilt and regret about the abortion... I wanted it, but felt like I didn't have another option. That I took the easy way out because I didn't have the guts to stand up to everyone and do it on my own.”
Another girl on Yahoo Answers recently wrote, "I was 9 weeks pregnant and had an abortion a couple of days ago. I had a medical abortion where they brought on a miscarriage and I had to use toilet pans when I needed the toilet so they could examine everything. I saw the tiny fetus just laying there perhaps just over an inch long. It actually broke my heart and it's been haunting me with regret ever since. My boyfriend came in the room because I screamed and he saw it as well and he's been extremely sad about it.”
But you can avoid this pain and heartbreak. By having your child (if you really are pregnant) it is no small aspect that you can go for the rest of your life knowing that you gave that child the chance to live out his or her life. The life of that possible child in you is more important than any life plans you may have which could be delayed but also could still go on nevertheless.
By keeping the baby or putting him/her up for adoption you will choosing life for him or her and you are making a right decision. I strongly advise do not get an abortion and either keep the baby or look at adoption if you really think you would not want to raise a child at this time. There are millions of good couples waiting years to adopt and it can often be arranged to meet your hospital birth expenses if that need is there.
If you confirm pregnancy and you want free over the phone counseling about your situation (advice which can be more helpful and personal than the brief answers here) in all this you can call Bethany Pregnancy Services toll free 1-800-238-4269. Tell them about your situation. I think they can provide you with real help and advice. You have nothing to lose by calling them. All the best.....
- heleneLv 76 years ago
It is too early for a test. It is too early for symptoms. It is too early for pregnancy, even. And there are NO over-the-counter abortion pills. The one you're talking about has to be given directly to you by a doctor.
Ovulation tests tell you when you're ovulating. You're on the pill. You're not supposed to be ovulating. Don't waste your money on ovulation tests.
Why does it matter if it's pink discharge? The pink is blood. It's common to spot while on the pill. It's also common to spot after having a lot of sex. It doesn't have to have anything to do with pregnancy.
If the two pills you missed were missed in the last five days, you have a small chance of pregnancy, but otherwise no.
- Anonymous6 years ago
It's a prescription drug. You have to go to a doctor to get it. But it's not going to cause an abortion. Pharmaceutical abortions have 2 pills. One kills the embryo, the other flushes it out. Taking cytotec probably will not remove the pregnancy. But it can cause a deformed fetus. But you are on birth control. So there's no reason to believe you are pregnant anyway. And bleeding is never a sign of pregnancy.
- Anonymous6 years ago
Why wear a tampon if you are not on your period???
If you think you are pregnant take a pregnancy test but make sure you miss your period first.
Your question doesn't make a lot of sense. Are you even old enough to be having sex?
It might be best for you to call your doctor.
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- 5 years ago
first take a pregnancy test before taking any pills, you can take misoprostol(cytotec) before 12 weeks of pregnancy from online pharmacy. you can search on google or yahoo abortion pill online or buy misoprostol online. you will get rx site who sell online abortion pills.