Below are commonly asked question about Abortion Pills :-
Is Mifeprex used to prevent pregnancy?
No. Mifeprex, mifepristone, MTP kit etc is used to end an early pregnancy. Early pregnancy means it is 70 days (10 weeks) or less since your last menstrual period. It is not indicated for use to prevent pregnancy. Emergency contraception drugs and other forms of contraception are indicated to prevent pregnancy.
At what point during pregnancy can I take Abortion Pills?
Abortion Pills is the only FDA-approved medication for ending early pregnancy. Early pregnancy means it is 70 days (10 weeks) or less since your last menstrual period began.
Is Mifeprex 100% effective for ending early pregnancy?
No. Mifeprex is 93-98% effective for safely ending early pregnancy (2-7% of women will need a surgical procedure to end the pregnancy or stop heavy bleeding).
Do retail pharmacies carry Abortion Pills or Mifeprex?
No. Abortion pills and Mifeprex is only available to women in the United States at clinics, medical offices and hospitals. It is not available through retail pharmacies, however at bestabortionpills.com all kind of Abortion pills available at controlled rate. We deliver with in 24 Hours once payment is confirmed.
How many women have chosen Abortion Pills or Mifeprex?
In the years since FDA approval of Abortion Pills or Mifeprex, more than 3 million women in the United States have chosen Mifeprex for ending early pregnancy.
Where did the name RU-486 come from?
RU-486 was an identifier that was used in Europe by the company developing mifepristone. In the United States, Mifeprex is the brand name and mifepristone is the generic name.
Does Mifeprex cause bleeding?
Yes. Cramping and vaginal bleeding are an expected part of ending a pregnancy with Mifeprex. Usually, these symptoms mean that the treatment is working. But sometimes you can get cramping and bleeding and still be pregnant. This is why you must follow-up with your healthcare provider approximately 7 to 14 days after taking Mifeprex. Click here to learn more about the Follow-Up Assessment (link to “how to take Mifeprex” section). If you are not already bleeding after taking Mifeprex, you probably will begin to bleed once you take misoprostol, the medicine you take 24 to 48 hours after Mifeprex. Bleeding or spotting can be expected for an average of 9 to16 days and may last for up to 30 days. Your bleeding may be similar to, or greater than, a normal heavy period. You may see blood clots and tissue. This is an expected part of passing the pregnancy.
Are there age restrictions for use of Mifeprex?
There are no age restrictions in the FDA approved prescribing information for women who wish to use Mifeprex. However, many states have parental consent laws for minors, which apply to all abortions, including Mifeprex.
When can I become pregnant after I take Mifeprex?
You can become pregnant again right after your pregnancy ends. If you do not want to become pregnant again, start using birth control as soon as your pregnancy ends or before you start having sexual intercourse again.
My healthcare provider told me I have a pregnancy that is “outside the uterus” (ectopic pregnancy). Can I still take Mifeprex?
No. Mifeprex should not be used in cases of confirmed or suspected ectopic pregnancy, as it is not effective for terminating those pregnancies.
Who should not take Mifeprex?
Some women should not take Mifeprex.
Do not take Mifeprex if you:
- Have a pregnancy that is more than 70 days (10 weeks). Your healthcare provider may do a clinical examination, an ultrasound examination, or other testing to determine how far along you are in pregnancy.
- Are using an IUD (intrauterine device or system). It must be taken out before you take Mifeprex.
- Have been told by your healthcare provider that you have a pregnancy outside the uterus (ectopic pregnancy).
- Have problems with your adrenal glands (chronic adrenal failure).
- Take a medicine to thin your blood.
- Have a bleeding problem.
- Have porphyria.
- Take certain steroid medicines.
- Are allergic to mifepristone, misoprostol, or medicines that contain misoprostol, such as Cytotec or Arthrotec.
Can I take Mifeprex if I am also breastfeeding?
Mifeprex can pass into your breast milk. The effect of the Mifeprex and misoprostol regimen on the breastfed infant or on milk production is unknown. If you are breastfeeding, be sure to let your healthcare provider know before taking Mifeprex. The developmental and health benefits of breast-feeding should be considered along with any potential adverse effects on the breast-fed child from Mifeprex in a regimen with misoprostol.
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