@Samantha how far along were you,? Im considering
My procedure was very simple. Sat in a waiting room, got called back, they did an ultrasound (I didn’t look) and then I waited for the doctor and nurse to come in. They talked with me the whole time, gave me some medicine that made me feel very relaxed and it was done in a matter of minutes. Afterwards I sat in a room and they gave me snacks until my medication wore off and the person picking me up was there. Sending lots of love and hugs your way.
I also agree it depends on how far you’re , mine was really painful but only in the moment I usually have a high tolerance for pain but I kinda screamed and cried idk if that was because of the emotional part of it adding to it but I remember it hurting really bad
Depends on how many weeks. If it is a procedure where you are sleeping, you don't feel much. If you are having a dnc while awake you need to bring some type of music to drowned out the sounds If it is a pill, you'll need to take some time off to be home a bleed through the experience. After 16 weeks it is a 2 part procedure because little bones will have formed and it is a longer process. Wishing you well 💜
I’m getting one tomorrow 😔 taking the pill scheduled at 9am
I have had the pill before .I'll be honest the first pill didn't do anything but the 2nd pills make it hurt pretty bad well depends how far along u are. I was 9 weeks I was also support sensitive to pain back then and my silly butt forgot to take any pain meds for some reason lol I was in so much pain I just didn't think to take anything LMAO I finally took a tylenol 3 and felt instant relief so just take something as soon as u feel pain
They also offered me a Valium I did take that because I was already crying before they started I was an emotional wreck . I’m sorry you have to go through with this I really hope you can find some relief definitely bring some headphones for your phone and play some music or something that will help you because the sounds can sound a bit overwhelming