A-kare is a combination of two medicines i.e. Mifepristone and Misoprostol. A-kare is used for medical a termination of developing intra-uterine pregnancy up to 49 days of gestation.
A-Kare should be taken under supervision as it may cause incomplete abortion,severe bleeding and infection of uterus which can affect future possibility of conception or pregnancy.
A-kare (Misoprostol + Mifepristone) is a combination of two medicines which is especially used for medical abortion/termination of intrauterine pregnancy up to 49 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.
A-Kare is widely used birth-control pills in worldwide.A-Kare is safe for women and allows in terminating the pregnancy.
This is how A-kare (Misoprostol + Mifepristone) works for 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.
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.
Possible Side Effects:
- Cramping, bleeding but still pregnant after taking the pills
- Excessive vaginal bleeding
- Nausea, weakness, dizziness
- Fever, vomiting, anxiety
- Headache, diarrhea, pain
- Hot flushes, low grade temperature
- Adrenal insufficiency, bacterial infection, hypokalemia
- Uterine hemorrhage, uterine infections
- Make sure the abortion is complete as the continued pregnancy can result in severe birth defects in the child.