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Pregnancy tests are most conclusive when taken a day or two after the missed period, however, in some cases, they can be positive a couple of days earlier.
It is possible the test might be possible on June 12th.
As to , why did she not wait , it could be because she had unprotected sex around ovulation time, and was suspicious and wary of a pregnancy, so she took a test early out of undue anxiety.
Abortion pills are given over a matter of maximum 1 - 3 days, not longer.
They work within a few days, but a follow up visit is scheduled after 15 days, to ensure that complete bleeding and spotting has finished and the process is complete.
Is she still taking the pills ?
When has her follow up visit been scheduled ?
Take care, and feel free to write further.
Patient replied :
Is it possible that the pills she bought on the black market were weak and did not do the job properly? And then when she went to the clinic and got an ultrasound it was shown to be partially aborted but not completely. And to resolve this she was given a morning after pill and birth control pills and told in 2-3 weeks she would start bleeding to complete the process?
Is this scenario plausible?
It is possible that what she bought on the black market probably
did not work or were sub-standard medication.
Regarding morning after pill, it is NEVER given for an abortion.
A partial abortion is possible, but then when repeat medications are
given, bleeding starts within 2 - 3 days and can continue upto 2
Let me know if you have further queries.