Abortion is defined as a process to end an unwanted or early-age pregnancy so that the birth of the baby cannot happen. Pregnancy and mother-hood are the most important phases of a woman’s life, which she can enjoy only when she is mentally and physically prepared to do so. But, what if a woman is not ready? Or what if she does not want to continue her pregnancy?
A woman should take the decision of abortion with utmost care and talk with her partner and/or family about this. There are two ways to end a pregnancy or abortion- Medical abortion and Surgical Abortion.
Medical abortion involves use of oral pills like Korlym whereas surgical abortion involves use of scary tools and anesthesia to terminate a pregnancy. Medical abortion has high efficacy rate of 96% and as a result is very popular among women. It gives woman a sense of control over the whole procedure of abortion and can be done in the privacy of home.
Mifepristone functions against progesterone hormone that is responsible for maintenance of pregnancy in women. It changes the lining of the uterus, softens and dilates the cervix and release endogenous prostaglandins. This in the end results in the disconnection of the fetus from the uterine lining.
Before carrying out abortion using Korlym, it is important to confirm the type and duration of pregnancy by taking an Ultrasonographic test at hospital or clinic.
Swallow 3 tablets of Mifepristone (200mg each) at the same time with a glass of water to induce abortion. If abortion does not takes place, then take two tablets of Mifepristone (200mcg each) via vaginal route to complete the process of abortion.
Again after 2 days, confirm if you have effectively aborted or not by taking an Ultrasonographic test at hospital or clinic.
The concomitant use of Mifepristone with drugs such as anticoagulants, corticosteroids, antifungal drugs, anticonvulsants, and Dexamethasone can result in severe interactions. Do not take on in any kind of strenuous activity or intimate activity for a while after abortion procedure.
It is beneficial to use Mifepristone in the earlier stages of pregnancy as it is more safe, successful and less painful. If it is used later in the later stages of pregnancy, then the risk of complications is higher. The temporary bad effects of Korlym are fatigue, faintness, queasiness, vaginal blood loss, painful cramps, etc.
- Do not use Korlym Tablet, if you are sensitive to Mifepristone as it can result in severe allergic reactions.
- If you are using any Intrauterine Device (IUD), get rid of it before carrying out abortion.
- The use of Korlym Tablet is not suggested, if the pregnancy is ectopic or more than 49 days old.
- If you are suffering from blood disorders such as Anemia and Leukemia, then avoid using Korlym Tablets.
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