Cytotec

Description

                                                                                                     Cytotec to Protect Your Stomach

While diverse non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen, diclofenac, indomethacin, celecoxib and meloxicam, affect the stomach,

Cytotec is used as an effective medication to decrease their impact. The medication is aimed at reduction of stomach acid and protection of stomach from the devastating effect of the above mentioned drugs. Additionally,

Cytotec is frequently used to warn stomach ulcers. The medication can also be taken in cases not specified in the information leaflet.

Cytotec Safety Concerns, Contraindications, Interactions and Precautions

Since the active component of Cytotec, Misoprostol, produces a drastic impact on the organism, it is vital to see a healthcare provider before the beginning of the treatment course.

Provide your doctor with all the details about your health condition, diseases and disorders. Additionally, inform him/her about the medications you are currently taking. These measures will guarantee a high safety level and eliminate all the possible risks of side effects appearance.

Never take Cytotec if you are pregnant due to the potential negative effect the drug may produce both on the mother and child. The active ingredient of the medication may cause severe birth defects, uterine rupture, uterine bleeding, premature birth, miscarriage and other complications.

Thus, do not take Cytotec if you are pregnant or planning. Use some birth control measures during the medication intake course to prevent pregnancy. Besides, do not take Cytotec if you are allergic to Misoprostol.

Additionally, to ensure the beneficial effect of the drug on your organism, tell the doctor about conditions, such as:

  • Heart disorders;
  • Dehydration;
  • Irritable bowel syndrome;
  • Inflammatory bowel syndrome;
  • Intestinal issues, etc.

The complete effect of the medication on a nursing child is not studied yet, but the medication may bear possible danger for the child, so avoid Cytotec treatment if you are breastfeeding.

How to Take Cytotec

Once you are sure the medication is safe for your health and is not likely to produce any side effects, start the drug intake.

Follow all the recommendations given by your physician and instructions mentioned in the information leaflet. Avoid taking the medicine in larger of smaller doses or for longer than necessary. The medication cannot be given to other people without doctor’s permission.

Cytotec should be taken daily, preferably before the bedtime with food. All the other peculiarities of the drug administration should be specified by your healthcare provider. Some antacids if combined with Cytotec may increase the possibility of diarrhea appearance; so, consult your doctor about the interaction of these medications.

Cytotec Side Effects: Misuse and Overuse

During the medication course a patient may experience a range of minor side effects that include stomach cramps, nausea, diarrhea and others. This is a usual reaction of the organism to a new treatment, so the symptoms will disappear after the first few drug intakes. Call your doctor if the condition does not get any better and the signs to not fade away.

When misused or overused, Cytotec may cause severe adverse reactions and other downsides, such as allergies, dehydration, difficulties urinating, dry skin, heavy sweating, severe stomach disorders, diarrhea, etc. Seek emergency medical help if the condition does not improve and more complications appear.