Rachel (leaveittoweaver) wrote in abortioninfo,
Rachel
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My Medical Abortion part II

I wanted to follow up my post from earlier to let you know how the rest of it went...



I took my four pills at 2:45. I was fine for about an hour, than the heavy cramping started. This was easily more painful than my recovery from gall bladder surgery which I was pretty suprised about honestly. I took my anti nausea meds before taking the four pills, and then I took a Tylenol with codeine. None of which touched me. I ended up vomiting repeatedly in the bathroom for about 10 minutes. I decided to take a hot bath. This helped a lot at first, I got out of the bathtub and laid on the couch.

About thirty minutes into laying on the couch, I was in agonizing pain, pacing up and down my kitchen, randomly screaming and crying(part of that is probably because I apparently suck at handling pain). This went on until around 7:30. At 7:30 I decided a hot shower might help, I was going nuts with pain at this point and had puked again, I just wanted anything to get rid of the pain. Ten minutes into my shower I had a giant clot of some sort...it was flesh colored and the size of a standard coaster almost. After that I bled a lot and I'm still bleeding, I had one blood clot after that so far. I do feel pretty queasy right now though. 

Right now I feel crampy but I am okay...I won't lie, I cried a little after it happened. But I know this was the right choice for me. I really wish I could have  done the surgical but alas I couldn't afford that. I just want to say thank you to the people who replied to my other post, it definitely helped calm me down this morning to muster up the courage to do this. Thank you. 
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