Mode of action:
The active ingredient in the Mifeprex pill works to competitively inhibit the pregnancy sustaining hormone progesterone. This natural female hormone maintains a certain level of uterine lining thickness to be able to support an implanted embryo. A suppressed action of it results in a loss of the excess thickness.
If at this stage, the embryo is already implanted, it is separated from the uterus too. However, just a disruption of the thickened lining and separation of the implanted embryo (or fetus) cannot be deemed as complete abortion. These contents need to be expelled out of the female body, a process that is aided by the aforementioned secondary medication.
On day one, 200mg of Mifeprex is taken orally with water. This is the only route of administration documented.
In 24-48hrs, it is to be followed by 800mcg of the secondary medication.
Most women see no symptoms after the intake of this drug. However, some may see mild bleeding with minimal cramping.
Women who have blood disorders are advised not to take these pills. If you are unaware of any such condition and consume the pills, it may cause excessive bleeding that can only be stopped by a surgical procedure. Other common side effects include:
- Mild cramping and vaginal bleeding
- Fatigue and fever (with or without chills)
- Nausea and dizziness (Usually last only during the regimen)
- Body aches
- Ensure that it hasnâ€™t been over 70days from your last menstrual period (LMP).
- Confirm that your pregnancy is not developing outside the uterus (ectopic pregnancy).
- You must not have blood related troubles or chronic illnesses of the heart, lungs or adrenal gland.
- If you being treated for another disease, you must consult a healthcare professional before consuming Mifeprex.
- Read the contents of the drug and make sure you are not allergic to any of them
- Any IUD in place must be removed before taking the abortion pills.
- Make sure you have a prescription before you buy Mifeprex online.