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A-Kare Mifepristone and Misoprostol pack
Purchase A-kare MTP Kit Online | Buy Mifepristone and Misoprostol Pills
Buy pills for Medical Termination of Pregnancy. MTP kit is a complete abortion kit, which includes 1 pill of Mifepristone 200 mg, and 4 pills of Misoprostol 200 mg.
A-kare is a combination of two other medicines called Mifepristone and Misoprostol. Mifepristone acts as an anti-hormone drug that helps to stop the effects of progesterone. It is used for the therapeutic execution of pregnancy. Misoprostol is a successful way to enlarge the uterine contractions. A-Kare is effective for avoiding the pregnancy for more time.
You must learn the appropriate mode of using this kit from your doctor. You can buy A-kare from buymtpkit.com online at very good prices.
COMPOSITION:- A pack of A-kare MTP Kit contains 5 tablets – 1 tablet of Mifepristone…200 mg 4 tablets of Misoprostol 200 mcg
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:- MTP kit (Misoprostol + Mifepristone) the set is a combination of two medicines especially used for medical abortion/termination of intrauterine pregnancy up to 63 days of fertilization. For purposes of this treatment, pregnancy is dated from the first day of the last menstrual period in a presumed 28 days cycle with ovulation occurring at mid-cycle. It is advisable to go for a clinical examination to know the duration of pregnancy, this may be determined from menstrual history as well.
A-kare MTP Kit (Misoprostol + Mifepristone) the set is a combination of two medicines especially used for medical abortion/termination of intrauterine pregnancy up to 63 days of fertilization. For purposes of this treatment, pregnancy is dated from the first day of the last menstrual period in a presumed 28 days cycle with ovulation occurring at mid-cycle. It is advisable to go for a clinical examination to know the duration of pregnancy, this may be determined from menstrual history as well.
The dosage is mifepristone 200 mg orally followed 1–3 days later by misoprostol 800 mcg (4 tablets of 200 mcg) vaginally. The misoprostol may be administered by a clinician or self-administered by the woman. For women at 49–63 days of fertilization, if abortion has not occurred 4 hours after administration of misoprostol, a second dose of misoprostol 400 mcg (2 tablets of 200 mcg) may be administered vaginally or orally (depending upon preference and amount of bleeding).
A Brief Overview of MTP Kit
Approved by FDA, A-kare Kit is a popular medication comprising of two abortion pills Mifepristone and Misoprostol which are used widely for the quick removal of the unwanted pregnancy. It is one of the safest and easiest ways for abortion and does not require an anesthesia or surgical method for pregnancy removal. It is an easy solution for removing pregnancy within the early nine weeks (63 days). These tablets help to maintain privacy as this abortion method can be easily performed at home. Also, these are powerful birth control pills that contain high quality ingredients and work safely for the most women with around 100 % successive rate.
Details of FDA Approved A-Kare Kit
A-kare kit includes Mifepristone and Misoprostol tablets, widely recommended birth control pills. Both these pills act safely for women and allow terminatingthe pregnancy. Here is how these tablets will work for the women:
Mifepristone acts as anti-progesterone to aid the procedure of pregnancy termination. It works safely by reducing the oxygen supply and nutrition, thus inhibiting the growth of embryo in the womb.
Misoprostol aids to flush the dead embryo out of the body along with the dead tissues and blood. Women can easily preform this action of abortion at home with complete privacy within 9 weeks of their pregnancy.
How to Use A-kare Kit- Strength & Dosage
A-kare Kit comprises of one of 200mg Mifepristone to be used immediately after determining pregnancy and 4 tablets of 200mcg Misoprostol to be taken orally or vaginally to expel the dead embryo out of the womb and conclude the process. These medicines however require a particular schedule and method correct usage.
Given below are tips for the correct administration of the A-kare Kit or birth control pills:
Day1: Take 200mg Mifepristone orally with water for the quick termination of pregnancy.
Day2: Take 4 tablets , that is 200mcg tablet of misoprostol. Take these simultaneously at a time.
Day 14: Finally, consult your doctor to make sure if the pregnancy has been terminated or not.
Consume all birth control pills by directly swallowing with water. Place them under the tongue without chewing or crushing them. Take these tablets as and when recommended by your doctor for the safe and quick results.
Important Precautions and Safety Measures
- Use A-kare Kit under 9 weeks or 63 days of your pregnancy
- Take it as and when prescribed by your doctor for safer results
- Don’t combine it with alcohol, smoking or any birth control pills
- Avoid these meds if you feel allergic to any ingredients in them
- Consult a doctor if you are using any Intra uterine device
- Avoid these medicines if you are not sure about your pregnancy
- Don’t use if you are breast-feeding mother as they may harm you
- Don’t take grapefruit or grapefruit juice along with pregnancy pills
Pregnancy termination pill like Mifepristone and Misoprostol should not be taken by patients having the history of adrenal problem, porphyria, anaemia, haemorrhagic disorder, or asthma,etc. Keep in mind that drugs like Itraconazole, fluconazole, erythromycin tobramycin can interact with A-kare. To know more, consult your doctor.
Possible Side Effects
Pregnancy termination pills or A-kare Kit is the safest method of pregnancy removal but may cause some side effects when not taken as per the prescribed guidelines. Some common effects may include the feeling of dizziness, fatigue, weakness, shivering, anxiety, and pain in stomach. On the other hand, some rare and serious effects may comprise of severe stomach pain, nausea, pelvic pain, heavy bleeding, joints pain, etc. If you experience any of these adverse events after the consumption these pills, please talk to your doctor.