You asked: Does your stomach get bigger after an abortion?

You may notice some abdominal swelling or bloating following your procedure. Some swelling is normal and may last for 3 to 5 days.

How long after an abortion does your stomach take to go down?

Most pregnancy symptoms begin to go away within 24 hours after the abortion, with nausea usually gone by the third day.

What are the symptoms you get after abortion?

Normal symptoms that most women will experience after a medical abortion include:

  • Bleeding or spotting for up to 14 days. Bleeding may last longer for pregnancies of more than 7 weeks.
  • Cramping for the first 2 weeks. Some women may have cramping (like menstrual cramps) for as long as 6 weeks.

Can you feel baby kick after abortion?

People who’ve been pregnant may experience phantom kicks, or a sensation that a baby is in their abdomen. This feeling is most common soon after delivery, but some people experience it even years later. Likewise, people who have had a miscarriage or abortion may experience this sensation.

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Why is my tummy still big after abortion?

You may notice some abdominal swelling or bloating following your procedure. Some swelling is normal and may last for 3 to 5 days. If the swelling is accompanied by tenderness, fever, chills, severe cramping or excessive bleeding, it is not normal and you should call TWHC immediately.

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.

Why do I still feel pregnant after an abortion?

Pregnancy hormones can linger in your body for a few weeks after the procedure. This will delay ovulation and menstruation. Symptoms of pregnancy following an abortion will be similar to symptoms of any pregnancy.

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.

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.

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When do you start feeling kicks?

You might start to feel your baby moving, often called ‘quickening’, around 18 weeks into your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, it might not happen until about 20 weeks. However, by the second pregnancy, you might notice the tell-tale signs as early as 16 weeks.

Why do I feel kicking in my stomach but not pregnant?

It’s possible to have sensations that feel like a baby kicking when you aren’t pregnant. Several normal movements in a woman’s body can mimic a baby’s kicks. This includes gas, muscle contractions, and peristalsis—the wave-like motions of intestinal digestion. Women often refer to the sensation as phantom kicks.

When do you test negative after abortion?

A urine pregnancy test with a sensitivity of 1 IU/ml wil nearly always be negative in the course of 2 weeks after abortion. A positive test 4 weeks after abortion indicates an incomplete abortion or persistent trophoblast.

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