What should I eat after abortion?
Eat the Right Nutrients:
Make sure that your diet includes plenty of protein, iron, B vitamins and calcium after an abortion as your body will need lots of these to recover. Fruits and vegetables, wholegrains, and foods enriched with calcium and iron can be particularly good for you.
What are the rules after an abortion?
You can go back to work, school, driving, exercise, and most other normal activities the next day if you feel up to it. You can have sex as soon as you feel ready. It’s normal to have some bleeding after an abortion. You can use pads, tampons, or a menstrual cup — whatever’s the most comfortable for you.
What happens to your body after an abortion?
After having an abortion, you’ll probably have some period-type pains, stomach cramps and vaginal bleeding. This should start to gradually improve after a few days, but can last for 1 to 2 weeks. This is normal and is usually nothing to worry about. The bleeding is usually similar to normal period bleeding.
What are signs of an incomplete abortion?
Signs of an Incomplete Abortion
- Bleeding more than expected.
- Bleeding that doesn’t get lighter after the first few days.
- Bleeding that lasts more than three weeks.
- Very severe pain or cramps.
- Pain that lasts longer than a few days.
- Discomfort when anything presses on your belly.
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.
How long will I bleed after an abortion?
Expect to bleed like a normal menstrual period, and you may pass small blood clots. Bleeding usually stops after 1-2 weeks, but some women spot until their next period. Sometimes you may have a short episode of pain, with a gush of blood or a clot several weeks after the abortion – contact us if this continues.
Can antibiotics treat incomplete abortion?
The value of routine antibiotics before surgical evacuation of the uterus in women with incomplete abortion is controversial. In some health centres antibiotic prophylaxis is advised; in others antibiotics are only prescribed when there are signs of infection.
Will an incomplete abortion pass on its own?
While many miscarriages pass on their own, some do not. These are called incomplete and missed miscarriages. Incomplete miscarriage. Some of the pregnancy tissue stays in the uterus after the miscarriage.
What color is the blood after an abortion?
Bleeding may be spotty, dark brown, and include clots. Often there is no bleeding for the first few days immediately following the abortion, then hormonal changes may cause bleeding as heavy as a period around the third or fifth day and increased cramping.