The safest way to have an abortion is through Misoprostol (Cytotec – 200mcg). The medical abortion induced by this method has high success rates that range from 85% to 90%. A woman can have a safe abortion up to a maximum of 12 weeks of pregnancy, using just Misoprostol.
Knowing how have a safe abortion process is essential to a full health.
How to perform a safe abortion?
Here in this website you can find several articles that allow you to fully understand about the abortion process. We suggest you to have a look through our website to find them and then read them carefully. Click on the following box to create an account and request your medication for a safe abortion process.
There are reported cases of women that try to perform an abortion through the introduction of sharp objects into the uterus, by drinking teas or by hitting their stomach. These procedures are dangerous and shouldn’t be put into practice since there is a high risk of causing severe internal damages, infections, bleeding and even death.
If the woman is 100% sure she wants to have an abortion, then we we suggest following the guide to use Misoprostol / Cytotec that you can find through these links:
Instructions for using Cytotec
Any sexually transmitted infection must be treated before the abortion process.
If there is a risk of having a sexually transmitted infection (STI, also known as STDs) such as Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, seek for medical help and treat the infection. The danger of getting this type of infections increases in cases of rape (in several countries the law allows to perform a legal abortion in cases of rape that result in pregnancy).
Having a sexually transmitted infection increases the risk of inflammation of the uterus and the fallopian tubes. This inflammation is called pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), Salpingitis or Adnexitis.
Precautions before performing an abortion
- You can’t have an abortion if you have an ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy that develops outside the uterus);
- If someone is forcing you to abort, then you shouldn’t do it;
- You shouldn’t perform an abortion if you’re not sure whether you want to interrupt your pregnancy or not;
- Don’t abort if the first day of your last menstrual period has occurred more than 12 weeks ago;
- If you have an intrauterine device (IUD). It must be removed before using the pill;
- If you can’t get to an hospital in less than an hour, then don’t performe the abortion;
- If you are alone, you should ask a partner, friend or to another person you trust to stay with you while you are taking the medication;
- If you’re allergic to Misoprostol (Cytotec – 200mcg) or prostaglandins, then there is no way you can abort using these medication;
- There is no way to abort if you have one of the following diseases: chronic failure of the adrenal glands (severe hepatic impairment), hemorrhagic diseases or disorders (coagulopathy or treatment with anticoagulants), hereditary porphyrias (it is highly unlikely to have one of these conditions without even knowing);
- You can’t abort if you have any inflammatory bowel disease or if you suffer from dehydration;
- Don’t go on with the procedure if you have frequent diarrhea, for example, due to conditions such as the Crohn disease, ulcerative colitis or irritable bowel syndrome;
- You can’t perform an abortion with this medication if you have had a stroke or mini-stroke.
INCREASE YOUR KNOWLEDGE
HOW TO ABORT WITH MISOPROSTOL
(Cytotec, Citotec, Mifepristone, RU486, Citoteque)
In several countries, Misoprostol is sold in pharmacies. In some countries, it can be purchased over-the-counter, while in some others, the supply is conditioned to the presentation of a medical prescription. We suggest you that, before using any medication, go seek for medical advice and, if possible, ask the doctor to write you a prescription for the drug.
Below we have gathered a list with some names of the common drugs in which the active ingredient is Misoprostol. There are also variations on the name due to misspellings or language variations that result in names like Citotec names or Citoteque.
- Cytotec (200µg Misoprostol)
- Arthrotec 50 or 75 (200µg Misoprostol)
- Misotrol (Chile)
- Prostokos (25µg Misoprostol) (Brazil)
- Vagiprost (25µg Misoprostol) (Egypt)
- Oxaprost 50 or 75 (200µg Misoprostol) (Argentina)
- Misotac (Egypt, Ghana, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia)
- Mizoprostol (Nigeria)
- Misive (Spain)
- Misofar (Spain)
- Isovent (Kenya, Nepal)
- Kontrac (India, Democratic Republic Congo)
- Cytopan (Pakistan)
- Noprostol (Indonesia)
- Gustrul (Indonesia)
- Asotec (Bangladesh)
- Cyrux (Mexico)
- Cytil (Colombia)
- Misoprolen (Peru)
- Artrotec (Venezuela, Hong Kong, Australia)
(Beyound these, we have: Mibetec, Cytomis, Miclofenac, Misoclo, Misofen, Arthrofen, Misogon, Alsoben, Misel, Sintec, Gastrotec, Cystol, Gastec, Cirotec, Gistol, Misoplus, Zitotec, Prestakind, Misoprost, Cytolog, GMisoprostol, Mirolut, Gymiso, Citotec.)
However, in most of these countries, the medication with Misoprostol is highly restricted and limited to hospital use.
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