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    Has anyone taken a 2nd round of cytotec(misoprostol)??
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    Jkirchoff posted:
    We went in on Dec 29th for what should have been our 12 week appt only to find that our baby stopped growing at 6 weeks. Our doctor suggested that since nothing had happened on its own that I take cytotec(misoprostol) to induce it. I took it on Jan 1st and thought it was successful as I went through everything everyone said would happen with it. We went in for a follow-up yesterday only to find out that I did not pass everything. Less than half is left. She now wants me to take a 2nd dose to clear the rest out. What is your experience taking another round? Is it as bad as the first time? Did it work? Scared to go through this again... Just want it to be over so my husband and I can move forward and recover from this


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