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 These are things to do after an abortion:

    Drink lots of fluids

    Stay off work for a few days if you can

    Take vitamins, eat healthy food, and try to sleep

    No exercise for two weeks

    No swimming or tub baths for 2 weeks

    Don't lift anything over 15 pounds for two weeks, don't use ANYTHING vaginally for 2-4 weeks - no sex, no tampons, no douches.


    You can ovulate as soon as two weeks after an abortion, which means yes, you could get pregnant again within two weeks after an abortion!


    You should NOT have sex again unless you feel physically recovered and remember you can fall pregnant again after two weeks of an abortion. So once you decide you are ready to resume sexual intercourse again, make sure you are using birth control right away. As many of us know, birth control is NOT 100% effective. So it's very important that you don't have sex again until you are healed physically and emotionally, and you have a clear consensus on what will happen if you become unexpectedly pregnant again.

      For women who had an abortion for maternal health reasons, or for a poor prenatal diagnosis, consult your doctor about birth control and future pregnancies.


   If you were 9 or more weeks along in the pregnancy, it is possible that you may have trouble with milk, or a milky fluid leaking from your breasts after the abortion. The further along you were, the higher the chance of having your 'milk come in'. This can be upsetting, but it won't last for long. It's a normal effect of the hormones that your body releases when you are no longer pregnant. These hormones make your body start to produce milk.