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Buy Misoprostol Powder online is a prescription medication for the treatment and prevention of stomach ulcers.
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Misoprostol Powder (1.4 mg/scoop – 30 scoops) is a prescription medication for the treatment and prevention of stomach ulcers, especially those due to the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin and other NSAIDS.
Misoprostol Powder treats and prevents colonic ulcers by protecting the stomach lining and also decreasing stomach acid formation.
It is one of the only drugs to actually treat colonic (hind end) ulcers. 65% of all horses have colonic ulcers.
It is a synthetic form of a prostaglandin.
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Misoprostol is commonly used for labor induction.
It causes uterine contractions and the ripening (effacement or thinning) of the cervix.
It can be less expensive than the other commonly used ripening agent, dinoprostone.
Oxytocin has long been used as the standard agent for labor induction, but does not work well when the cervix is not yet ripe.
Misoprostol also may be used in conjunction with oxytocin.
Between 2002 and 2012, a misoprostol vaginal insert was studied, and was approved in the EU
It was not approved for use in the United States, and the US FDA still considers cervical ripening and labor induction to be outside of the approved uses for misoprostol.
The most commonly reported adverse effect of taking a misoprostol by mouth for the prevention of stomach ulcers is diarrhea.
In clinical trials, an average 13% of people reported diarrhea, which was dose-related and usually developed early in the course of therapy (after 13 days) and was usually self-limiting (often resolving within 8 days), but sometimes (in 2% of people) required discontinuation of misoprostol.
The next most commonly reported adverse effects of taking misoprostol by mouth for the prevention of gastric ulcers are: abdominal pain, nausea, flatulence, headache, dyspepsia, vomiting, and constipation, but none of these adverse effects occurred more often than when taking placebos.
In practice, fever is almost universal when multiple doses are given every 4 to 6 hours.