Cytotec – One drug with multiple actions
Stomach ulcers are the most delirious health complications ruining your normal healthy life and also having a negative effect on your diet. With the advent of Cytotec fighting with stomach ulcers in high risk individuals such as those suffering from ulcer complications or taking NSAIDs medicines is made easy and safe. Misoprostol is the active chemical component of Cytotec responsible for producing marvelous results.
Cytotec Action Mechanism
Cytotec is very effective and best medication to treat various stomach ulcer complications as well as to prevent pregnancy. Cytotec relieves stomach ulcers through replacing prostaglandins that were inhibited by NSAIDs and thus protects the lining of stomach from NSAID induced ulcers.
Cytotec has gained momentum as an effective medicament in purging ulcer complications by knowing their root cause. The usual recommended dosage of Cytotec is 200 microgram that should be taken four times a day.
Cytotec along with decreasing your risk of serious ulcer complications such as bleeding, it is also widely used to prevent pregnancy. Cytotec also helps in assisting childbirth at the time of delivery (cervical ripening or induction of labor) and treat severe bleeding after delivery.
Just following some handful of precautionary measures you can achieve great benefits associated with Cytotec. It should be avoided in case you smoke, drink alcohol or are allergic to any of its active or inactive components. Cytotec is also not recommended in individuals suffering from stomach or intestinal disease or are associated with uterine rupture risk factors.
Cytotec Side effects
Common but mild side effects of Cytotec that are not serious include headache, constipation, flatulence, vomiting or menstrual cramps.
Whereas serious side effects of Cytotec that may require urgent medical help if symptoms persist for longer duration of time include stomach cramps, chest pain, unusual vaginal bleeding, shortness of breath and severe allergic reactions.