Medical abortion pills in Duba in Saudi Arabia
Medical abortion pills in Duba in Saudi Arabia, A medication abortion is usually completed within 48 hours. The pregnancy is usually passed between 30 minutes and 4 hours after taking the 2nd medication, misoprostol. Light bleeding may continue for up to 4 weeks.
When should I take the 2nd set of pills?
You will need to take the 2nd set of pills (misoprostol) 24-48 hours after taking the 1st pill (mifepristone). The range gives you some choice for when you will have the heaviest cramps and bleeding. It is important to consider where and when you might take misoprostol for privacy and comfort if those are of concern to you.
If you are currently breastfeeding, it is safe to have a medication abortion. However, breastfeeding after misoprostol may cause diarrhea in infants within 24 hours.
For some people, it is not safe to take the medications needed to have a medication abortion. If you have the following health concerns, a medication abortion is not a safe option for you:
- You are unable to access emergency medical care
- you have a known or suspected ectopic pregnancy
- Also, you have a known or suspected bleeding disorder
- You are taking drugs that prevent or treat blood clots
- BUT ALSO, you suffer from a severe disease where it is necessary to take steroids (ie. asthma uncontrolled by treatment)
What is medication abortion?
A medication abortion ends pregnancy by using two different types of medication: mifepristone and misoprostol. It is like an induced miscarriage. Medication abortions are available at the Women’s Health Clinic for people who are up to 9 weeks pregnant.
Abortion pills in Jordan (Cytotec) The usual dosage of cytotec is one tablet two, three, or four times a day. Cytotec is best taken with food. Do not take cytotec on an empty stomach. Follow your doctor’s instructions exactly, on how much cytotec to take, and for how long to take it.
How much pain and bleeding will I have?
People have a range of pain from moderate to severe periods of cramps and bleeding from moderate to very heavy periods. It is important to use large maxi pads when you take the medications. You can use a hot water bottle or heating pad, or take ibuprofen (Motrin® or Advil®) or naproxen (Aleve®) to manage discomfort. Do not take ASA (Aspirin®) for pain – it may increase bleeding.
Yes. It is important to place the pills inside your mouth, between your gums and cheek. Do not put these pills under your tongue or suck on them in the middle of your mouth.