Medical Abortion with pills
Medical abortion, also known as medication abortion, is a type of non-surgical abortion in which medication is used to bring about abortion. An oral preparation for medication abortion is commonly referred to as an abortion pill. It is a procedure that uses medication to end a pregnancy. Medical Termination doesn’t require surgery or anesthesia and can be started either in a medical office or at home with follow-up visits to your doctor. It’s safer and most effective during the first trimester of pregnancy. MTP Kit for sale, buy mifeprex online, buy mtp kit online, buy mifepristone online.
Through 12 weeks gestation
For medical abortion prior to 12 weeks gestation, the World Heath Organization recommends mifepristone 200 mg by mouth followed 1–2 days later by misoprostol 800 mcg inside the cheek, vaginally, or under the tongue; misoprostol may be repeated to maximize success. The success rate of mifepristone followed by one dose of misoprostol through 10 weeks pregnancy is 96.6%. Those who took misoprostol less than 24 hours after mifepristone had higher failures rates compared to women who waited 1–2 days.
The National Abortion Federation (NAF) also recommends a mifepristone and misoprostol combination regimen. For medication abortion up to 10 weeks of pregnancy, 200 mg mifepristone is taken followed in 24 to 48 hours by 800 mcg misoprostol. For pregnancies after 9 weeks, repeating the dose of misoprostol makes the treatment more effective. From 10 to 11 weeks of pregnancy, NAF protocol includes a routine. Second dose of misoprostol 800 mcg four hours after the first dose.
After 12 weeks gestation
WHO recommends mifepristone 200 mg by mouth (orally) followed 1–2 days later by misoprostol 400 mcg under the tongue, inside the cheek, or in the vagina. Misoprostol may be taken in repeated doses every 3 hours until successful abortion is achieved. The mean time to abortion after starting misoprostol is 6–8 hours. And approximately 94% will abort within 24 hours after starting misoprostol. When mifepristone is not available, misoprostol may still be used. Though the mean time to abortion after starting misoprostol will be extended compared to regimens using mifepristone followed by misoprostol.
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