How to use mifepristone pills only.
How to use mifepristone pills only, Take mifepristone by mouth as directed by your doctor, usually as a single dose. After taking mifepristone, your doctor should direct you to wait 24 to 48 hours before taking another medication (misoprostol) by mouth as a single dose. When used alone, the successful complete abortion rate dropped to ~60%.
How many mifepristone pills should I take?
The entire treatment requires three visits to your doctor. But at the first visit, you will be given one mifepristone tablet.
What happens after taking only mifepristone?
Vaginal bleeding — similar to a menstrual period — will usually start 1 to 2 days after taking mifepristone, although some women may start bleeding earlier than this.
Mifeprex blocks the actions of a hormone needed to maintain a pregnancy. Mifeprex is used to end an early pregnancy that is not further along than 70 days (10 weeks) after the first day of your last menstrual period.
Can I insert 2 misoprostol?
Study results have demonstrated that vaginal administration is more effective than oral use of misoprostol. One dose is about 70% effective, and 2 is about 84% effective.
What is the time gap between mifepristone and misoprostol?
Background: The recommended time interval between mifepristone and misoprostol in medical second-trimester termination of pregnancy
(TOP) has been 36-48 h. However, a more flexible interval would be of value.
How much misoprostol do I insert?
Participants will insert four misoprostol tablets (a total of 800 micrograms) deeply into the vagina with their fingers.
How long does mifepristone stay in your blood?
Following a distribution phase, the elimination of mifepristone is slow at first (50% eliminated between 12 and 72 hours)
At what time should I take mifepristone?
It is used up to week 10 of pregnancy (up to 70 days after the first day of your last menstrual period). Mifepristone blocks a natural substance (progesterone)
If you are pregnant and do not want to be, it is your choice what you would like to do, regardless of your age or relationship status.
You have the following options:
- Abortion (medical or surgical)
- Continuing the pregnancy and parenting.
- Continuing the pregnancy and adoption or foster care.