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text 2018-07-16 17:05
Safe early pregnancy termination with Cytotec pill

Women’s reproductive organ is the best designed which is able to deal with pregnancy. Pregnancy is one of the best parts of women’s lives and due to some or other reasons. Women should order Abortion Pills online to have a safe medical termination at home corners. Surgical termination is not opted by women as this is the scary and expensive method of terminating the pregnancy. Medical termination is the suggested way in which women choose and this recommended way of termination is used to have a first-trimester abortion.

 

Women use Cytotec pill to have a safe pregnancy termination and this is the best medication used for termination. Cytotec abortion pill contains Misoprostol Most of these pregnancy termination pills are used in combination. This pill for termination is used buccally and you need to dissolve these pills in your mouth with the help of saliva for the consumption process. This medication helps to shed the uterus lining so that that pregnancy part can get separated from the uterus. Also, this medication contracts the womb, so that pregnancy parts are dispelled. This pregnancy termination pill alone can also lead to abortion and this is the best way of terminating the pregnancy.

 

After you buy Cytotec online and use it you need to have an ultrasound test. Sometimes due to using this abortion alone, the pregnancy cannot get terminated completely and also some of the retained parts are left inside your body. Hence, to make sure that no retained parts are left inside your body you need to have an ultrasound test.

 

Cytotec online results in abortion side effects like bleeding, cramping, clotting, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea and fatigue. This symptom can even get severe and you need to seek a medical help if these side effects get worse. Diarrhea is one of the effects which are experienced after two weeks of having a pregnancy termination and to stay away from the dehydration you need to consume plenty of fluids.

 

This pregnancy termination pill should not be used by the women, those who are allergic to Misoprostol or any other ingredient in this pregnancy termination pill. If women are having any of the medical issues related to liver, kidney, diabetes, blood pressure, uterine rupture and intestinal infection, then they need to avoid the use of this medication for pregnancy termination. Women those who carry an ectopic pregnancy should make that they do not use this medication for pregnancy termination as it may create some complications. Cytotec pill should be used after removing the intrauterine device if it is placed in your body.

 

Many of the medicines react with this Cytotec pill so make sure that you do not consume any of the medication that reacts with this abortion pill. Alcohol and smoking while on this pregnancy termination pill should be strictly avoided as it may lead to heavy vaginal bleeding. Tampons should be strictly avoided while on this medication and sanitary pads should be used. Physical labor and sexual intercourse should be avoided so that you can avoid the side effects. Tough this is one of the recommended medications you need to make sure that your gestation period is not more than 7 weeks.

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url 2018-07-16 15:02
Now Available for US Pre-Order
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text 2018-07-13 16:16
Friday Reads - July 13, 2018
The Hens: The Third Day - Merry Farmer
The Swan: The Seventh Day: The 12 Days of Christmas Mail Order Brides, #7 - Piper Huguley
The Dancing Lady: The Ninth Day - Mimi Milan
All She Wants for Christmas: A Regency Christmas Novella - Amy Rose Bennett
Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale: A Tiny Christmas Tale (Espoir Archives Book 1) - Amanda Dykes
On A Cold Christmas Eve - Bethany M. Sefchick
A Dangerous Nativity (The Dangerous Series) - Caroline Warfield
At Your Request (Apart From the Crowd): An Apart From the Crowd Novella - Jen Turano
A Perfect Holiday Fling (Moments in Maplesville) - Farrah Rochon
The Christmas Mail Order Bride - Kit Morgan

This Sunday starts the week long COYER Christmas in July read-a-thon and ends during the halfway mark of 24 in 48 read-a-thon. So this list is for the next 10-12 days of reading; I am still working through All the Devils Are Here and Just Mercy, but those are on the back-burner come Sunday.

 

Holiday Reading List:

1. The Hens: The Third Day (12 Days of Christmas Mail Order Brides #3) by Merry Farmer

2. The Swan: The Seventh Day (12 Days of Christmas Mail Order Brides #7) by Merry Farmer

3. The Dancing Lady: The Ninth Day (12 Days of Christmas Mail Order Brides #9) by Mimi Milan

4. All She Wants For Christmas (A Regency Christmas Novella) by Amy Rose Bennett

5. Twelfth Night by Marisa Dillon

6. Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale (Espoir Archives #1) by Amanda Dykes

7. The Christmas Mail Order Bride by Kit Morgan

8. On a Cold Christmas Eve by Bethany Sefchick

9. A Dangerous Nativity (The Dangerous Series #1) by Caroline Warfield

10. At Your Request (Apart from the Crowd Novella) by Jen Turano

11. A Perfect Holiday Fling (Moments in Mapleville) by Farrah Rochon

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review 2018-07-10 17:58
Forget the magic...this one will consume you...mind, body and soul...
The Consumption of Magic - T.J. Klune,Michael Lesley

Holy hell!!! TJ Klune has knocked it out of the ball park with this series and then when you turn it into an audio book with a narrator as talented and just innately tuned into the story as Michael Lesley is...well, you've created a monster of the best kind.

 

I thought the first two books were incredible and they were...are but with each successive story this just gets better and better...I gave the first two books 5 stars and I'm doing the same again here because for me it's not really a matter of each book gets better it's more a case of each part of this story remains equally as amazing as the one before it was. 

 

So yes, to begin with if you haven't read or listened to 'The Lightening Struck-Heart' or 'A Destiny of Dragons' stop now and go fix that because this is truly one big epic fantasy story and you need all of it in order to truly appreciate and understand what's happening. 

 

To be quite honest I've read and listened to the audio book for the first to parts of this series and still I would happily go back and listen to them all over again and I will as soon as time permits because without a doubt this is going to be one of my favorite series EVAH!!!

 

This part of the series essentially picks up where 'A Destiny of Dragons' left off and we get to spend more time with Sam of Wilds and his entourage of interesting and unusual friends. I've pondered on more than one occasion who's my favorite and  while I have to admit I am so totally a fan of dragons...when it comes to this bunch I just love them all. As a collective they work and somehow one without the others just wouldn't be a good...so I feel no need to choose and I simply adore each and every one of them.

 

As the adventure progresses in this story so does the danger to all involved. Sam is reunited with his mentor, Morgan of Shadows and Randolph only to discover that there are secrets so any secrets and not only do they threaten the faith and trust that he has always had with Morgan and begrudgingly with Randolph as well but the very well being of Sam, his friends and the whole of Verania as well. Also just a bit of a heads up the story doesn't end here and this one's definitely left us sitting on the edge of a cliff...a seriously freakin' scary cliff but fear not the next book is already out so if you can't wait for the audio book to be released there is the e-book currently available and if you're like me you may have hopes of reading the book before the audio comes out because this one's worth experiencing once or twice or maybe a few times more.

 

Like the previous books 'The Consumption of Magic' is filled with adventure, action, laughter tears...so freakin' many tears...TJ, Kleenex called to thank you for the boost to their sales...ffs!!! you need to stop this...no, no actually you don't because as much as you're books tend to shatter me into a millions itsy bitsy pieces each time the adventure is done you've put me back together so I'm going to trust that you'll do the same with this one as well. Just keep writing stories that are unputdownable. Yeah, it's a word...hey, google said so and google would never lie to me (just FYI I typed this with a straight face). 

 

So if  you're still not convinced about this book...this series, well all I can say is you need to go to GoodReads or Amazon and read some more reviews because they're out there a whole lot of really, really awesome reviews for a really, really awesome book...seriously check it out.

 

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An audio book of 'The Consumption of Magic' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 

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text 2018-07-01 04:09
Iain M. Banks' Culture books - Question

Can these really be read in any order? I remember looking into this before reading The Player of Games, and the answer seemed to be "yes," but I know that sometimes even series you can jump into at just about any point have their minor exceptions.

 

Here's what I currently own, in what I think is the publication order:

 

Use of Weapons - Iain M. Banks  Excession - Iain M. Banks  Matter - Iain M. Banks  

Surface Detail - Iain M. Banks  The Hydrogen Sonata - Iain M. Banks  

 

I believe it was Tannat who recommended Excession to me. Would it be okay to read that, having only read The Player of Games before, or should I read Use of Weapons first? Or one of the books I don't yet own?

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