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Currently During the medication of mifepristone and misoprostol whenever my wife tries to eat she feel like to vomit. So she didn't had frm last 4 days?

Currently During the medication of mifepristone and misoprostol whenever my wife tries to eat she feel like to vomit. So she didn't had frm last 4 days?

I don't..: ..understand your question. "she didn't have frm last 4 days? " what is "frm, " and are you asking me whether your wife had this in the last 4 days? Only she or you know this. ...Read more

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Can you buy mifepristone / misoprostol at a drug store without a prescription?

Can you buy mifepristone / misoprostol at a drug store without a prescription?

Only from a doctor: A medical abortion or an induced miscarriage can occur with either the use of mifepristone or misoprostol however both have unacceptably high failure rates on their own. They should be used together either simultaneously if miso given vaginally or 24h apart if miso given bucchally. It is effective up to 10wks but never 100% effective. That's why GYN/MD follow up is critical. Do not try on your own ...Read more

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What is mifepristone?

What is mifepristone?

Mifepristone: Mifepristone is a manufactured steroid with hormonal properties used for terminating pregnancy or treating people with Cushing syndrome. ...Read more

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How does mifepristone work?

How does mifepristone work?

StopsPregnancyGrowth: A medical abortion or an induced miscarriage can occur with either the use of mifepristone or misoprostol however both have unacceptably high failure rates on their own. They should be used together if miso given vaginally or 24h apart if miso given bucchally. It is effective up to 10wks but never 100% effective. That's why GYN/MD follow up is critical. Mifepristone blocks progesterone receptors. ...Read more

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Can mifepristone be reversed?

No. Discuss with MD.: A medical abortion or an induced miscarriage can occur with either the use of mifepristone or misoprostol however both have unacceptably high failure rates on their own. They should be used together either simultaneously if miso given vaginally or 24h apart if miso given bucchally. It is effective up to 10wks but never 100% effective. That's why GYN/MD follow up is critical. Do not try on your own ...Read more

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How bad is the pain associated with mifepristone?

How bad is the pain associated with mifepristone?

Cramping: It is like a "bad period" cramping as the contents are expelled from the uterus. ...Read more

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I took mifepristone and mistoprotol. How many does the baby take to come out of my body?

I took mifepristone and mistoprotol. How many does the baby take to come out of my body?

Few days: Hopefully, you are working with a licensed provider, in which case your follow up should have been arranged ...Read more

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I wanted to know can I crush the mifepristone pill? I don't like taking pills whole. If not why?

No you cannot: Mifepristone should only be swallowed whole, and not crushed or split, which can reduce the medication's effectiveness. ...Read more

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How do I take mifeprex pills? I have no other option. What do I need to know about it? I'm worried. Please its urgent.

How do I take mifeprex pills? I have no other option. What do I need to know about it? I'm worried. Please its urgent.

Medical supervision: The drug is approved for up to 70 days gestation to terminate pregnancy. A single dose of 200 mg is usually followed by misoprostol 800 mg in 24-48 hours. It is important to be evaluated by your doctor prior to taking any medication like this to determine if your situation is appropriate and safe. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Side effects of mifepristone?

Side effects of mifepristone?

Very Rare: This medication is used to terminate a pregnancy most commonly. Because the medication is used as a single dose most side effects and interactions are rare. There are medication interactions and uncommon side effects which the link below explains in detail. In actual use, it is VERY safe without long term side effects.

http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a600042.html ...Read more

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How does mifeprex work for abortions?

How does mifeprex work for abortions?

Mifeprex action: Mifepristone is a synthetic steroid. It binds to Progesterone receptors (uterus) blocking the effects of progesterone. Progesterone is needed for continuation of pregnancy. When used for the termination of pregnancy, this leads to contraction-inducing activity in the uterine muscle, greater sensitivity to prostaglandins (other medication) and damage to vessels supporting the pregnancy. ...Read more

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Can you tell me what the side effects of mifepristone are?

Can you tell me what the side effects of mifepristone are?

Pain, bleeding: Abdominal pain, vaginal bleeding and gastrointestinal discomfort are the most common side effects. ...Read more

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I took misprostol before 3 days and now mifepristone but bleed ing has not yet started?

I took misprostol before 3 days and now mifepristone but bleed ing has not yet started?

Wait: If you just took the mifepristone today, then you should give it a little more time. Typically, women take the misoprostol AFTER they take the mifepristone. Typically 24 to 48 hours after the mifepristone. ...Read more

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Is there anything I can take for nausea from Mifepristone?

Is there anything I can take for nausea from Mifepristone?

Ginger: Ginger can reduce nausea & upset stomach. You can drink slightly flattened ginger ale or nibble on crystallized ginger. Or pour boiling water over freshly sliced organic ginger & steep x 5 min in a covered pot. Sip. ...Read more

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