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Cytotec is a white round pill made up of misoprostol which is a gastrointestinal agent. This medication can be purchased in 200mcg strength, sold as the brand name Cytotec.

Cytotec is most commonly used for protecting your stomach from damage (like ulcers) that can be caused by common nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). These drugs include aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil), naproxen (Aleve), and others. In other cases, doctors will prescribe Cytotec with another medication to end a pregnancy (abortion).

Misoprostol works by lining the reducing the amount of acid that comes into contact with your stomach.

Common side effects of Cytotec may include:

diarrhea;

stomach pain, nausea, upset stomach, gas;

vaginal bleeding or spotting, heavy menstrual flow; or

menstrual cramps.

Serious side effects of Cytotec may include:

severe ongoing stomach discomfort or diarrhea;

Signs to watch for:

dehydration symptoms: feeling very thirsty or hot, being unable to urinate, heavy sweating, or hot and dry skin.

allergic reaction: hives; difficult breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.

What is Cytotec?

Cytotec is a brand-name prescription medication; it comes as an oral tablet in two strengths; at My Drug Center, we carry the stronger strength; 200mcg. Each tablet contains the active ingredient misoprostol.

 

What is Misoprostol?

Misoprostol is a water-soluble liquid that is thick and sticky before being compressed into tablets and sold as Cytotec. The drug misoprostol is a man-made form of prostaglandin; a naturally produced hormone in humans that helps control certain body functions. Misoprostol is a endocrine-metabolic agent.

 

What is Cytotec used for

Cytotec is used for patients with an elevated risk of ulcers as a result of NSAID (anti-inflammatory nonsteroidal drug) treatment; using Cytotec will help reduce this risk. It may also help treat any currently existing ulcers. NSAID’s (such as diclofenac and naproxen) are commonly prescribed as a treatment for inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, or tendonitis.

 

How does Misoprostol work?

NSAID’s are thought to prevent the stomach from producing prostaglandin; prostaglandins produced in the stomach are thought to help protect the stomachs inner lining from ulcer-causing effects of NSAIDs. Therefore, the stomach lining has little to no protection against the formation of ulcers in those who use NSAID’s as a treatment. Misoprostol is effective at reducing the risk of ulcers because it replicates the actions of the missing prostaglandin, which protects against the harmful effects of NSAIDs. In order for this medication to be effective, you must know how to use Cytotec properly; ensure you follow your doctor’s directions carefully.

 

How long does it take for Cytotec to work?

The peak concentration of the drug typically begins within 30 minutes of taking an oral tablet; therefore, it shouldn’t take very long before the medication begins working. Speak with your health care professional if you have any further questions.

 

Where can I buy Misoprostol?

Your doctor may let you know where to buy misoprostol once prescribing it to you. However, if you are looking for a deal on this medication, you may want to consider ordering through our certified online Canadian Pharmacy; at My Drug Center, we offer affordable prices on all our medications, including Cytotec (misoprostol).

 

How much is Misoprostol?

At My Drug Center, 60 (200mcg) tablets of misoprostol (Cytotec) will cost around $51.00. That’s close to a $500.00 difference, or about a 91 percent decrease, in price compared to the same quantity and strength of Cytotec in the United States. You can access our low prices when you buy misoprostol online at My Drug Center. Accessible only with a valid prescription.

 

How to take Misoprostol?

You should follow all directions given to you by your doctor; it is important to follow your doctor’s steps on how to use Cytotec very carefully. Otherwise, Cytotec is typically taken every 6 hours with food; 100-200mcg four (4) times per day, depending on tolerability. The last dose of the day is commonly taken at bedtime.  If you are still unsure how to use Cytotec pills; speak with your doctor before starting treatment.

 

How long does Misoprostol stay in your system?

Misoprostol has a half life of about 20-40 hours; the amount of time it takes for the drug to clear the system can be calculated by multiplying the half-life by 5. Therefore, based off the approximate half-life, it will take roughly 100-200 hours, roughly 4-9 days, to clear out of the system.

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