Mifeprex 200mg

  • Generic Name : Mifeprex
  • Brand Name : Zydus Healthcare
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  • Strength : 200 Mg
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What is Mifeprex?

Mifeprex is used to terminate a pregnancy that is less than 70 days old.  Mifeprex is approved by the FDA and also comes in generic form as Mifepristone. The drug works in combination with Misoprostol (Cytotec). 

Mifeprex causes the cervix to widen and stops the production of the hormone progesterone. When progesterone production ceases, the supply of food and oxygen to the developing fetus stops. The fetus detaches from the wall of the endometrium and is ready to leave the womb through the widened cervix.

Mifeprex drug contains inactive substances, including microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, corn starch, colloidal silica anhydrous, and it is yellow.

Description of Mifeprex

Mifeprex should be used with Misoprostol for effective results. First, take Mifeprex, and then wait for 2 to 3 days before taking four pills of Misoprostol (each 200 mg). Do not swallow chew, crush, or break Misoprostol pills. Instead, place them under your tongue and let them melt away.

Misoprostol causes the uterine walls to contract, thus pushing out the fetus. Since the fetus is already detached from the wall, it gets out quickly. During the process, heavy bleeding and cramping occur. It may last for hours and, rarely, days.   

Dosages and administrations with Mifeprex

A medical professional should administer this medication. But self-administration is sometimes allowed.

Mifeprex can terminate a pregnancy. The standard dosage is a single pill – 200mg with a glass of water, preferably on an empty stomach. This pill should be taken within 9 weeks of pregnancy – as per the first day of amenorrhea in a 28-day cycle where ovulation occurs at mid-cycle.

Before administering this drug, the doctors should be sure that you are pregnant, as well as know the age of the pregnancy. Ultra-sonogram (USG) scan is used to determine the duration of pregnancy. Again, ectopic pregnancy must be ruled out.

Three days after consuming, Mifeprex should follow the consumption of Misoprostol 800mcg. If the abortion does not occur, the second dose of Misoprostol 400mcg should be orally administered.

The patient is advised to go for a checkup after 7 to 14 days. This is to confirm if the fetus was fully expelled. If the fetus was not expelled, there are high chances of fetal malformation. So a medical practitioner may take a USG scan or perform a clinical examination to rule out the presence of the fetus. If the fetus is present, it should be removed by surgical means.  

For patients using Mifeprex tablets

All patients using Mifeprex must be cautious. They only should get this drug under the instructions of a doctor, which requires 3 visits:

  • First, confirming pregnancy and prescription of Mifeprex tablet
  • Second, prescription of Misoprostol pills. This should be two days after the first visit
  • Lastly, to confirm the pregnancy status. This is done after two weeks, and it may include carrying out an ultrasound.

The typical sign that Mifeprex is working is vaginal bleeding. If there is little bleeding, consult your doctor. In case any tissues remain within the uterus after taking Mifeprex, doctors may remove them through the cervix. 

Tell your doctor in case you have an intrauterine device; it must be removed before taking the drug.

What are the contraindications?

Contraindications exist in patients who have the following conditions:     

  • Allergy to Mifeprex and Misoprostol and their contents
  • Ectopic pregnancy 
  • History of migraines
  • IUD in place
  • Chronic adrenal failure
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Anticoagulant, corticosteroid therapies
  • Inherited porphyria
  • Severe uncontrolled asthma

These are not all possible contraindications. Stay in contact with your doctor just in case of any problem. 

A patient taking Mifeprex might need medical emergency treatment in cases of an incomplete abortion, blood transfusions, and emergency resuscitation. This is reason enough to be in contact with a medical practitioner. 

Warning and precautions during treatment with Mifeprex

Patients with hepatic failure, renal failure, and malnutrition are advised against taking Mifeprex. Again, any consumption of this drug must be under the supervision of a certified gynecologist.

The effectiveness and safety of Mifeprex in women with chronic diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, liver dysfunction, insulin-dependent diabetes, respiratory or kidney disease, severe anemia, and heavy smoking is not known because no data exists. Similarly, women above 35 years of age who smoke need treatment with great caution.

If abortion is not successful, the fetus is at risk of developmental abnormalities according to studies carried out on animals, and evidence from human cases. As such, Patients should be cautious of the effects of Mifeprex. They should know the reason for using these drugs and the importance of gynecologists in this matter.

Always use contraceptives; there is a high chance that pregnancy might occur soon after terminating a pregnancy.

Some women might experience decreased red blood cell count, hematocrit, and hemoglobin concentration.  This is an effect of vaginal bleeding. 

Comments on using Mifeprex and Misoprostol

Gastrointestinal symptoms and cramps may occur immediately after taking Misoprostol. Find drugs that can alleviate such symptoms. 

Chances to terminate a pregnancy may be lower in some cases, especially when Mifeprex is administered within a day or after two days.

Misoprostol initiates abortion between 2 and 24 hours. So the patient must be in a secure place, probably under the care of someone.  

Before the administration of Mifeprex and Misoprostol, the doctor considers conception date as the last menstrual period.

What are the drug interactions?

Few studies have been conducted to show drug interaction, so nothing is definite yet. However, possibilities exist that certain medications and substances such as ketoconazole, itraconazole, erythromycin, and grapefruit could inhibit the metabolism of Mifeprex. Similarly, dexamethasone, rifampicin, and certain anticonvulsants may induce Mifeprex metabolism.

By contrast, Misoprostol does not interfere with the effects of aspirin; i.e., it does not affect the absorption and antiplatelet effects of aspirin. Also, studies show that Misoprostol does not have any implications on several NSAIDs (ibuprofen, diclofenac, piroxicam, aspirin, naproxen, or indomethacin).

Patients on Mifeprex should not take Antacids containing magnesium, as it may worsen diarrhea caused by Misoprostol.

Before taking this medication, discuss with your doctor about all other medications you've been taking. There are some worse interaction that may be detrimental to your health. There may be some changes in Mifeprex usage if you are using any of the following medicines. Your doctor should authorize such changes.

  • Amisulpride
  • Bepridil
  • Cisapride
  • Cyclosporine
  • Dihydroergotamine
  • Dronedarone
  • Ergotamine
  • Fentanyl
  • Fluconazole
  • Ketoconazole
  • Lovastatin
  • Mesoridazine
  • Pimozide
  • Piperaquine
  • Posaconazole
  • Quinidine
  • Saquinavir
  • Simvastatin
  • Sirolimus
  • Sparfloxacin
  • Tacrolimus
  • Terfenadine
  • Thioridazine

The list of drugs below is not advised to be used together with Mifeprex though it might be required in some cases. In such cases, your doctor will suggest the best way to take the medication. 

Mifeprex

Alfentanil Desipramine Hydrocodone Norfloxacin Sevoflurane
Amiodarone Deslorelin Hydroxychloroquine Nortriptyline Simeprevir
Anagrelide Deutetrabenazine Hydroxyzine Octreotide Siponimod
Aripiprazole Digoxin Ibutilide Ofloxacin Sodium Phosphate
Aripiprazole Lauroxil Dihydrocodeine Idelalisib Olaparib Sodium Phosphate, Dibasic
Arsenic Trioxide Disopyramide Ifosfamide Ondansetron Sodium Phosphate, Monobasic
Asenapine Dofetilide Iloperidone Paliperidone Solifenacin
Astemizole Dolasetron Imipramine Panobinostat Sorafenib
Azithromycin Domperidone Indinavir Pasireotide Sotalol
Benzhydrocodone Donepezil Inotuzumab Ozogamicin Pazopanib St John’s Wort
Boceprevir Doxorubicin Itraconazole Pentazocine Sufentanil
Buprenorphine Doxorubicin Hydrochloride Liposome Ivabradine Phenobarbital Sulpiride
Buserelin Droperidol Ivosidenib Phenytoin Sunitinib
Carbamazepine Efavirenz Lapatinib Pimavanserin Telaprevir
Ceritinib Encorafenib Leuprolide Pitolisant Telavancin
Chloroquine Erythromycin Levofloxacin Procainamide Telithromycin
Chlorpromazine Escitalopram Lofexidine Prochlorperazine Tetrabenazine
Cilostazol Fingolimod Lopinavir Promethazine Toremifene
Ciprofloxacin Flecainide Lumefantrine Propafenone Tramadol
Citalopram Fluoxetine Macimorelin Protriptyline Trazodone
Clarithromycin Foscarnet Mefloquine Quetiapine Triclabendazole
Clofazimine Fosphenytoin Meperidine Quinine Trifluoperazine
Clomipramine Gemifloxacin Methadone Ranolazine Trimipramine
Clozapine Glasdegib Metronidazole Ribociclib Triptorelin
Cobicistat Gonadorelin Moxifloxacin Rifabutin Vandetanib
Codeine Goserelin Nafarelin Rifampin Vardenafil
Colchicine Granisetron Naloxegol Rifapentine Vemurafenib
Conivaptan Halofantrine Nefazodone Ritonavir Vinflunine
Crizotinib Haloperidol Nelfinavir Salmeterol Voriconazole
Dabrafenib Histrelin Nilotinib Sertraline Ziprasidone
        Zuclopenthixol

What are the side effects?

Side effects of Misoprostol are abdominal or stomach pain, diarrhea, back pain, dizziness, headache, and nausea. Rare side effects include heavy vaginal bleeding and unusual tiredness. A woman taking Mifeprex and Misoprostol may have one or multiple side effects at a go. 

Less common side effects include:

  • Acid or sour stomach
  • Belching
  • Anxiety
  • Cough
  • Lightheadedness especially when getting up after lying or sitting  
  • Fever
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Headache
  • Heartburn
  • Increased clear or white vaginal discharge
  • Indigestion
  • Vaginal itchiness
  • Reduced strength
  • Pain during sexual contact
  • Pain around the eyes and cheekbones 
  • Pale skin
  • Shaking chills
  • Stomach discomfort, upset, or pain
  • Stuffy or runny nose
  • The tightness of the chest
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Troubled breathing
  • Troubled breathing, exceptional
  • Unusual bleeding or bruising

Other side effects that might occur are:

  • Chest pain
  • Confusion
  • Cough
  • Fast or weak pulse
  • Feeling unusually cold
  • Fever
  • Lower back or side pain
  • Muscle pain or stiffness
  • Severe stomach and shoulders pain
  • Painful or difficult urination
  • Sweating
  • Troubled breathing with exertion
  • Unusual or heavy vaginal bleeding

Mifeprex: Overdosing

No severe side effects have been reported even with the administration of Mifeprex in a single dose higher than threefold of that advised for abortion. However, massive ingestion leads to symptoms of adrenal failure. 

In cases of acute intoxication, one may require special treatment, including dexamethasone administration. Misoprostol toxic dose is not yet determined in humans. The only reported effect is gastrointestinal problems arising from a daily dosage of 1600 mcg.

Notable signs of overdosing include tremor, sedation, convulsions, breathlessness, abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, hypotension, and bradycardia. Seek medical attention right away.

Mifeprex: FAQs

Will I vomit after Mifeprex pill administration?

Feeling nauseated is common in some women, which may lead to vomiting. You might need an antiemetic drug to stop vomiting. But check with your doctor first. 

What should I do in case I accidentally swallow Misoprostol pills?

Misoprostol pills are safe. However, they might cause gastrointestinal effects which are not serious

Where should I store Mifeprex?

Store in a cool, dry place and at room temperature. The drug container should remain tightly closed when not in use. The drug container keeps the pills away from children and pets.

Does Mifeprex affect my fertility?

The chances of Mifeprex affecting a woman’s fertility are minimal. According to studies, women resume their normal menstrual flow within four weeks. This means that the woman will ovulate thus can get pregnant. 

When can I resume sexual intercourse after the treatment?

Experts advise that it should take at least a week before participating in sex. 

Will I have any psychological disturbances after treatment?

Mostly, No. Using Mifeprex doesn’t lead to depression and anxiety at any level.  

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