Kit KillPreg. What exactly is it?
KillPreg Kit is now available with speedy delivery in the United States of America and Europe.
The KillPreg Kit may be used to stop an unplanned pregnancy anywhere globally up to 77 days from the start of the previous menstrual cycle.
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Each month, the body generates progesterone in preparation for the fertilized egg implant in the endometrium (uterine lining). When no egg is attached to the uterine wall, the body ceases producing progesterone, resulting in a monthly flow. Progesterone is produced to aid the growing embryo when a fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall. When mifepristone is administered, it inhibits progesterone’s function, resulting in endometrial disintegration and the commencement of bleeding.
This medication may be offered under various brand names and/or in a variety of different dose forms. Any specific brand name of this medication may not be available in all dose forms or for all of the indications listed in this section. Additionally, not all formulations of this medication are suitable for all conditions detailed below.
Your physician may have prescribed this medication for a reason other than those listed in these drug information articles. Consult your physician if you have not discussed this with your physician or are unclear about why you are taking this medication. Do not stop using this medication without consulting your physician first.
No one else should get this medication, even if they share your symptoms. Individuals may get unwell if they take this medication without a doctor’s prescription.
Which dosage form(s) is this medication available in?
Each round, biconvex, white to off-white tablet with the imprint “MF” on one side contains 200 mg mifepristone. Nonmedicinal compounds include colloid silica anhydrous, magnesium stearate, maize starch, microcrystalline cellulose, and povidone K30.
Mifepristone is given in a green box as a single pill in a PVC/PVDC/Aluminum blister.
Each white, round, flat tablet with the letters “ML” and “200” embossed on one side contains 200 mcg Misoprostol. Nonmedicinal compounds are all hydrogenated castor oil, hypromellose, microcrystalline cellulose, and sodium starch glycolate.
Misoprostol pills are packaged in an orange box containing four tablets. They are sold in dual-faced aluminum blister packs.
Although the two items are packed individually, they share a box.
I’m not sure how I’m going to give this drug.
These medications must be taken exactly as prescribed by your doctor and at times mentioned.
Mifepristone is typically used orally as a single 200 mcg pill. This procedure is often done in your physician’s office.
After 24 to 48 hours, four tablets of Misoprostol 200 mcg should be delivered in a single dose. Allow 30 minutes for the Misoprostol pills to break down in the space between the cheek and the gum. After 30 minutes, any remaining pieces may be swallowed with water.
It is essential to take this medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor. If you forget to take the Misoprostol tablets and have been more than 48 hours since you took the Mifepristone tablet, contact your doctor immediately.
In wastewater, drugs should be appropriately disposed of (e.g., down the sink or toilet) or household garbage. Inquire with your pharmacist about the correct disposal of expired or no longer needed medications.
Who should stop using the KillPreg Kit?
Take this medication cautiously if you are:
- allergic to Mifepristone, Misoprostol, or any component of the medicine;
- ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy developing outside of the uterus);
- own a contraceptive device intrauterine (IUD);
- do not know how far along in your pregnancy you are;
- have chronic adrenal insufficiency;
- are on long-term corticosteroid treatment;
- have a bleeding disorder;
- are on blood clot-prevention medication;
- have hereditary porphyria,
- or suffer from unmanageable asthma.
What are the most likely adverse effects of the KillPreg Kit?
Numerous medications may have harmful effects. A side effect is an unpleasant response to a medication when taken as prescribed. Side effects may vary from mild to severe and may be temporary or permanent.
The following list may not include all potential adverse reactions to this medication. If you are concerned about possible side effects, discuss them with your doctor.
At least 1% of individuals using this medication have experienced the following side effects. Many of these adverse effects are self-limiting, while others may resolve spontaneously.
Consult your physician if any adverse effects are severe or persistent. Your pharmacist may be able to advise you on how to handle the following adverse effects:
- breast soreness;
While most of the side effects discussed here are rare, they may result in severe consequences if you do not seek medical attention.
Consult your physician immediately if you experience any of the following side effects:
- shallow blood pressure (e.g., dizziness, fainting)
Immediately halt usage of the medicine and seek immediate medical assistance if any of the following occur:
- Experiencing hemorrhagic shock (shock from blood loss: dizziness; confusion; rapid breathing and heartbeat; low blood pressure; cool, clammy skin; thirst; dry mouth);
- Vaginal bleeding that is prolonged and profuse;
- Symptoms of a potentially fatal allergic reaction (e.g., itching, rash, hives; swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat; difficulty breathing or swallowing);
- The signs and symptoms of a severe allergic reaction to the skin (e.g., skin peeling, especially around mouth and eyes; red spots which burn, itch, or sting; tender red lumps);
- Symptoms of infection of the uterine lining (e.g., pain in the lower abdomen, fever, and abnormal vaginal discharge);
- Infection symptoms persisting for more than 24 hours after misoprostol administration (e.g., nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or unusual weakness);
- The symptoms and signs of toxic shock syndrome (e.g., fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, low blood pressure, confusion, seizures, red spots, or a rash that looks like a sunburn);
- Asthma or bronchospasm symptoms deteriorate (e.g., difficulty breathing, coughing, whistling sounds when you breathe, chest tightness).
Individuals may have harmful effects in addition to those listed. Consult your physician if you experience any odd side effects while using this medication.
Are there any additional precautions or warnings about KillPreg Kit?
Notify your doctor of any medical conditions or allergies you may have, any drugs you are currently taking if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, and any other essential health information before taking a pharmaceutical. These factors may affect the way this medication should be used.
Asthma: Individuals who already have respiratory problems may have increased difficulty breathing while using misoprostol. It may impair the efficiency of corticosteroids or cause tightness of the airways. If you have asthma, speak with your doctor about how this medicine may impact your health, how your condition may affect the administration and effectiveness of this medication, and if further monitoring is required.
Diabetes: The medication’s safety and effectiveness have not been shown in women with diabetes. This medication is not recommended for diabetic women.
Treatment with mifepristone–misoprostol often results in vaginal bleeding. This does not constitute proof of a miscarriage. Your doctor will confirm that you have successfully ended your pregnancy at your follow-up session.
Heavy vaginal bleeding is described as bleeding significantly for two consecutive hours to the extent that two full-size sanitary pads are soaked per hour. This might be a sign that the therapy was ineffective. Consult your physician immediately if you have continuous vaginal bleeding.
Heart disease: There is no evidence of the medication’s safety or effectiveness in women with heart disease. This medication is not recommended for women who have recently had a heart attack. If you have risk factors for heart disease, discuss with your doctor how this medication may impact your medical condition, how your medical condition may affect the amount and effectiveness of this medication, and if further monitoring is required.
The medication’s safety and effectiveness in women with hypertension have not been established. This medication is not recommended for women who already have hypertension.
Mifepristone – misoprostol is seldom connected with serious and potentially fatal bacterial infections. Consult your physician promptly if you have stomach pain or a general sense of being unwell more than 24 hours after taking misoprostol.
Kidney function: The safety and effectiveness of this medication have not been demonstrated in women with renal failure. This medication is not recommended for women who have had a kidney transplant.
This medication’s safety and effectiveness in women with liver failure have not been demonstrated. This medication is not recommended for women presently suffering from liver failure.
Medical monitoring is necessary within 7 to 14 days after taking the mifepristone. This enables your doctor to confirm that your pregnancy was successfully terminated.
Seizures: Other medicines with similar efficacy to Misoprostol have been linked to seizures. If you have a history of seizures, consult your doctor to determine the potential effect of this medicine on your medical condition, how your medical condition may affect the administration and efficacy of this medication, and if further monitoring is required.
While this medication is generally helpful, there is a possibility that it may not work for you. Babies born after inadequate use of these medications are at elevated risk of congenital disabilities.
Pregnancy: This medication may cause rapid pregnancy and may harm an unborn child. To minimize the chance of birth defects, avoid becoming pregnant before your next menstrual cycle.
To avoid becoming pregnant, you should immediately begin using birth control.
During breastfeeding, mifepristone may enter the breast milk. Breast milk contains misoprostol. If you are a nursing mother, Mifepristone – Misoprostol may have an adverse effect on your baby. Consult your physician about the continuation of nursing.
Children: The safety and effectiveness of this medication have not been established in children less than 15 years of age.