I took those pills. Brand name is cytotec, I think, but I got the generic version, I think. 4 pills, intravaginally. At about 10 or 11 pm, last night. My abdomen kept feeling weird. I was partly up, kind of keeping a few tendrils of my brain on it. I was aware, yet not. One of the side effects is diarrhea. Bah! So, I woke, went to the loo, no diarrhea the first time, at about 2.30 or 3 am. Less than an hour later, diarrhea. (Tmi alert) just liquid. I came back to sit, feeling weird, and I jumped out of bed, feeling the sudden gush at about 5. Good thing, I kept an overnight pad in the bedside drawers. I had to use kegels to prevent it from flowing all over. Anyone used kegels to keep bleeding in? I couldn't get at the wings fast enough and got one all mangled up. Annnnnyway, here I am, sitting in bed, beginning to have some back cramps. Not too much. Hopefully, they won't be much. Cramps are not usual for me although I am no stranger to debilitating cramps. I had little to no cramps when I miscarried naturally. Let us see how this turns out. Totally plan to stay in bed as m goes to daycare today. I'll think about adding a day of daycare tomorrow if pain is bad or bleeding is awful. Either way, I'll tell hubby to be close to home. Not at home, or I won't let him get any work done like a child, but close. He works close enough too, in case he wants to go in. He had to vacate his office yesterday because they're renovating his floor, so he is sharing with someone else. He may not be too unhappy with staying away from his beloved work place to get his work done . I don't think I'll go back to sleep now. If I do, I'll find it very difficult to wake when my daughter is getting ready for daycare. Hubby can manage but he is terrible with her hair! I'll just get irritable with her when she starts to dance on my head. So, I'll stay up and sleep during the day. I'll keep posting on here. Thanks for your support, you girls!