Abortion pill RU-486 works by hindering the hormones called progesterone in your body (the hormone which is responsible for initiating the uterus to build up and formulate for the pregnancy. So RU486 leads the covering of the uterus to shed so that your pregnancy can no longer develop because the embryo will remain void and nothing to grow and stay linked to. Then the intake of Misoprostol will lead to uterine contractions. This allows the uterus to be drained.
How to take the abortion pill: RU-486?
If you are consuming the Generic RU-486 ensure that you intake the abortion pill with proper consultation and precaution.
- Initially, you will be given the first pill which is RU486. You can take this medicine at the clinic or at home. Your medical practitioner may also suggest you take an Antibiotic at this time.
- After the completion of 24-48 hours (i.e. 1-2 days), you have to take the secondary pill named Misoprostol. You can consume this medicine at your convenient place.
- After the fulfillment of the course, you will need to make a follow-up appointment with your doctor/ physician. This is very much necessary because your medical practitioner will ensure that your mifepristone abortion pill has worked auspiciously.
- Your medical practitioner will tell you to take an ultrasound test or a blood pregnancy test to confirm that your pregnancy has ended successfully.
What are the side effects of ru486 online?
Some common side effects are as follows;
- Diarrhea and vomiting
- Severe stomach pain
- Itching or discharge
- Heavy bleeding (you may observe larger clots in the blood)
- Chills or mild fever
You have to take proper rest after abortion cramps and vaginal bleeding is normal for couple of days .
Time period for women to have RU-486?
You can buy the Generic ru486 online on this website easily with express or overnight shipping service. The abortion pill is certified and approved by experts. so women who are within 8-9 weeks pregnant (this is similar to being five weeks since conception) or up till 49 days after your last menstrual period.