Will medical staff be able to notice that I am having an abortion?
If you do not mention you used abortion pills and you did not use Misoprostol vaginally there is no way they can know or prove you induced an abortion with pills. Mifepristone and Misoprostol cannot be detected in your blood or your urine, so even if they run tests they cannot confirm that you used these pills.
If you inserted Misoprostol pills in your vagina  they may be able to see remains of the pills. If you used these pills vaginally and you need medical care try to carefully remove any remain of the pills from your vagina before going to a health center.
Although medical staff cannot prove you used abortion pills unless you used Misoprostol vaginally, they will know you were pregnant and probably will think you are having a miscarriage (natural abortion). The complications from a miscarriage and from an abortion are exactly the same so even if they do not know you used abortion pills they can treat you properly. You do not need to disclose that you used abortion pills if you do not want to.
 Women on Web. Are there other ways to use the Misoprostol? Retrieved from: https://www.womenonweb.org/en/page/985/are-there-other-ways-to-use-the-misoprostol
During an abortion with pills
- I am allergic to NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) including ibuprofen. What can I use for pain control instead during an abortion with pills?
- How can I manage pain associated with the abortion pills?
- What if I bleed too much after taking the abortion pills?
- Do women always bleed after using the abortion pills?
- How long will I bleed after using the abortion pills?
- Can I drink alcohol during the medical abortion procedure?
- Can I swallow the abortion pills?
- Can I use abortion pills vaginally?
- Can I use Misoprostol that comes with Diclofenac?
- Can I eat during the abortion pill procedure?
- Do I need to use antibiotics during the abortion?
- Will medical staff be able to notice that I am having an abortion?
*Nothing provided herein should be construed as professional medical advice and no medication / pills should be used without a prescription from a licensed / registered medical practitioner eligible to prescribe such medication in your local jurisdiction.