Abortion Pill Philippines

Misoprostol (Cytotec) and Mifepristone is the safest way of a woman who wants to end pregnancy. This is usually done by taking two medicines called mifepristone and misoprostol and sometimes called cytotec.

A low-risk alternative to surgery used for terminating pregnancies earlier than 7–9 weeks (depending on the clinic), is a medication through abortion pill called RU486 Mifepristone and Misoprostol. It is sometimes called the abortion pill, and is the most widely known medication used for this procedure. It’s available in some clinics in Philippines and is up to 98 percent effective when used in the first nine weeks of pregnancy.

Medical termination

Can be used up to 9 weeks of pregnancy, and surgical termination can be used up to 24 weeks (depending on State laws).

  • The failure rate with medical termination is about 7 in 100 women.
  • The failure rate with surgical termination is about 2 in 1000 women.
  • You may experience more bleeding, cramping and abdominal pain during medical termination using abortion pills compared with surgical termination, but the pain can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain relief medicines.
  • There is a small risk of injury to the cervix or uterus with surgical termination, but not when using abortion pill to terminate your pregnancy. There is a lower risk of infection with medical termination. The decision to choose medical rather than surgical termination is a matter of personal preference in most cases. Discuss the risks and benefits of both methods with your doctor or another trusted health professional before making your decision.

If you choose to take abortion pill, you will take mifepristone first, followed by misoprostol 36–48 hours later. In most cases — where State and Territory laws permit — misoprostol may be taken at home, but you should have access to a telephone and transport to a hospital or emergency health service in case complications arise. It is recommended that you have a support person to stay with you after taking misoprostol.

This means you must keep each tablet between the cheek and gum for 30 minutes before swallowing any remaining fragments with water. Not taking misoprostol in this manner could lead to a higher chance of failure for pregnancies beyond 7 weeks.

After taking misoprostol, you are advised to rest at home for at least 3 hours. Most women are able to return to their normal daily activities within 2 to 3 days of having a medical termination. It’s essential that you attend the follow-up visits scheduled with your doctor

Continuing with a pregnancy after a failed medical termination is not advised. Always seek medical advice if you have any concerns that the medical termination has not been successful. Follow-up surgical termination may be necessary.

These medicines can only be prescribed by doctors who have had specific training and who are registered with MS Health. Medical specialists in obstetrics or gynaecology who have registered with MS Health may also prescribe these two medicines. Talk to your doctor or other trusted health professional if you think that mifepristone and misoprostol might be an option for you. Alternatively, you can find a doctor who is registered to prescribe these two medicines by contacting your nearest sexual health and family planning clinic, a Marie Stopes International clinic or MS Health.
Misoprostol helps to decrease your risk of serious ulcer complications such as bleeding. This medication protects your stomach lining by lowering the amount of acid that comes in contact with it. This medication is also used in combination with another drug (mifepristone) to end a pregnancy (abortion). You can buy Misoprostol (Cytotec) online at https://www.abortionpillsph.com or simply call 0915 – 285 – 8517.
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