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Abortion Safety and Precautions

April 15, 2016 11:59 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Abortion means terminating an already existing pregnancy via drug (medical), surgery, chemical or other methods. The woman is pregnant for 9 months 10 days before delivering a child. Prior to delivery, a termination of pregnancy can happen at any stage. If the abortion is done at 10 weeks or lesser, the woman’s health is unaffected. As the gestation (days passed from the time of first day of the person’s last periods to current pregnancy day) age increases, the risks to complications may rise. Given the nature of the regimen, abortion has attained a contentious status around the world. Precaution for abortion There are no particular criteria as to surgical procedures of pregnancy termination, beside for the basic health requirements for a safety relating to well being of heart/insulin levels/blood system. But, if the woman wants to undergo a medical or drug induced abortion, there are certain conditions to observe, which are mentioned here: The female must not have ectopic pregnancy (fetus growing outside womb). She must not be allergic to abortion pills, or over 35 years old, and should be less than 12 weeks pregnant. The person must not suffer from adrenal gland/liver/kidney/heart disorder. She should not be diabetic, hypertensive,... View Article


Mifeprex Question and Answers

April 13, 2016 10:48 am Published by Leave your thoughts

1. What is Mifeprex Abortion Pill, and how does it Work? Mifeprex is a drug that blocks hormone (progesterone) needed for continuing pregnancy. The medicine is also known by its generic name, Mifepristone. When the medicine is used with another drug Misoprostol, it can cause an end to early pregnancy (4 to 10 week gestation, or up till 70 days from the first day of female’s last menstrual period). 2. Who must not take Mifeprex? Some females should not use Mifeprex. A person must not take this drug, if she is more than 70 days due her pregnancy, or if she: On long-term corticosteroid therapy, ectopic pregnant (pregnancy outside uterus). Is allergic to Mifepristone, Misoprostol or similar medications. Has adrenal glands problem or inherited porphyria. Has IUD (intrauterine device) inserted (must be removed before intake of Mifeprex). Is taking anticoagulant drugs or products, or has bleeding problems. 3. What are the approved changes done to Mifeprex Label by the FDA on March 29, 2016? Mifeprex was first approved in 2000 by the FDA. In 2016, a supplemental application of the medicine given by its marketing company was approved. The approval stated few changes in the dosing of Mifeprex and dosage... View Article