What is the price of Cytotec?
MISOPROSTOL helps to prevent stomach ulcers in patients who take medicines like ibuprofen and aspirin and who are at high risk of complications from ulcers. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of generic Cytotec is around $4.52, 65% off the average retail price of $13.20.
Can Cytotec damage the womb?
Cytotec may cause the uterus to tear (uterine rupture) during pregnancy. The risk of uterine rupture increases as your pregnancy advances and if you have had surgery on the uterus, such as a Cesarean delivery. Rupture (tearing) of the uterus can result in severe bleeding, hysterectomy, and/or maternal or fetal death.
How do I take misoprostol 200 tablet?
If you are taking this drug to prevent stomach ulcers, take it by mouth usually four times a day, after meals and at bedtime to minimize diarrhea, or as directed by your doctor. If you are taking this medication for abortion, take it by mouth exactly as directed by your doctor.
What is the side effect of Cytotec to the baby?
Cytotec can cause birth defects, premature birth, uterine rupture, miscarriage, or incomplete miscarriage and dangerous uterine bleeding. Do not use this medicine if you are pregnant. Use effective birth control to prevent pregnancy while you are using this medicine, and for at least 1 month after your treatment ends.
How do you take Cytotec?
The usual dosage of CYTOTEC is one tablet two, three or four times a day. CYTOTEC is best taken with food. Do not take CYTOTEC on an empty stomach. Follow your doctor’s instructions exactly, on how much CYTOTEC to take, and for how long to take it.
What is the price of misoprostol?
Can I insert 2 misoprostol?
The recommended dose of misoprostol is 800 mcgs (4 200-mcg tablets) inserted vaginally. Study results have demonstrated that vaginal administration is more effective than oral use of misoprostol. One dose is about 70% effective, and 2 is about 84% effective.
Can Cytotec be repeated?
The ACOG states that one repeat dose may be administered no earlier than 3 h after the first dose and typically within 7 days, if there is no response to the first dose (ACOG, 2015).