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Cytotec, also known as misoprostol, is a prescription medication that is indicated for use as a prophylactic treatment in order to prevent induced duodenal or stomach ulcers in those who are using non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Examples of NSAIDs include Diclofenac, aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen, and celecoxib among others. It is also used in people who have a high chance of developing an ulcer or those who have a family history of ulcers.
Additionally, misoprostol is an analog of prostaglandins that can be used to treat postpartum hemorrhage or induce labor in women who are pregnant. Prostaglandins are abundant within the cells of the stomach. When they become lower than expected, one becomes prone to a stomach or duodenal ulceration.
NSAIDs cause the stomach to produce more acid which increases the possibility of ulceration while Cytotec induces your stomach to produce fewer acids and decreases the risks. Cytotec comes as white tablets. The 100 mcg tablets are round in shape while the 200 mcg tablets are hexagonal. However, both tablets are imprinted with the inscription "SEARLE 1451".
Uses of Cytotec
Misoprostol can be utilized for the following purposes:
- Prevention of ulcers caused by NSAIDs in people who are prone to ulcers.
- Can be used in conjunction with mifepristone to cause abortion (terminate a pregnancy).
- Prevention of postpartum hemorrhage that may be due to poor contractility of the uterine muscles.
- It may also be administered for other conditions not stated here.
Precautions to Ensure Before and While Using Cytotec
Before taking this drug, tell the doctor if you’re allergic to Cytotec or other prostaglandins. It is also important that you inform them if you experienced any of the following n the past:
- Inflammatory bowel disorders or other intestinal diseases
- Cardiovascular disorders
It is strongly important that you quit smoking and limit or quit alcohol while using Cytotec. This may increase dehydration and stomach bleeding may ensue.
Do not use Cytotec if you’re pregnant. It can cause birth defects, uterine rupture, abortion, or premature births. A negative pregnancy test result is usually necessary before using the drug.
Even though it is not certain whether the drug harms breastfeeding babies, lactating women should inform the doctor before taking the medication.
The safety and efficacy of Cytotec in children less than 8 years of age have not been established. It is therefore not recommended for this population.
How to Consume Cytotec and Dosage Information
Cytotec is to be taken orally with food and plenty of water. The dosage is dependent on your condition and its severity.
For the prevention of ulcers due to NSAIDs, the recommended dose is 200 micrograms to be taken 4 times daily throughout the course of the use of NSAIDs. The fourth dose should be administered at bedtime. But if this dose is not well tolerated, it can be reduced to 100 mcg. Note that you should not share this medication with others.
For stress-induced ulcers (off-label), 100-200 micrograms taken by mouth, 4 times daily are suitable.
For the prevention of postpartum hemorrhage (off-label), 600 micrograms should be consumed orally within 60 seconds after delivery.
For the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage, 800 micrograms should be consumed once. This is to be used with caution and in instances where oxytocin is not readily available.
For induction of labor (off-label), 25 micrograms should be administered intravaginally and not exceeding 3 times in 6 hours.
Side Effects of Cytotec
The following side effects may be observed in people using Cytotec:
- Stomach or abdominal pain
- Decreased urination
- Swelling of face tongue or throat
- Difficulty breathing
- Excess of gas in the stomach and or intestine
- Acid or sour stomach
- Easy satiation
- Uterine contractions/cramps
- Changes in eye color
Missed Dose and Overdose
If you’ve missed any dose of Cytotec, take it immediately after you remember. However, if the time you remembered is close to your next dosing time, do skip it to avoid consuming an overdose.
The actual toxic dose of Cytotec in humans has not been clearly defined. However, acute overdoses increase the probability of developing gastrointestinal lesions and diarrhea in animals. Therefore, it is important you inform your doctor about your missed doses.
In cases of overdose or accidental poisoning, call the poison control center or seek emergency medical services immediately.
Interactions of Cytotec
Cytotec is known to interact with 2 pathological conditions: Diarrhea and Cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, it should be administered with caution in people who have inflammatory bowel diseases because it can cause up to a 40% increase in the condition when used. Caution should also be applied when administering Cytotec to patients with preexisting or a history of cardiovascular disorders.
Cytotec interacts with the following drugs:
- Sodium citrate
- Aluminum carbonate
- Sodium bicarbonate
- Aluminum hydroxide
- Calcium carbonate
- Dihydroxyaluminum sodium carbonate
- Magnesium hydroxide
- Dinoprostone topical
- Magnesium oxide
- Magnesium carbonate
Cytotec should be stored at room temperature, away from direct sunlight, heat, or moisture. It should also be kept out of the reach of children and domestic animals. The optimal storage temperature is between 15-25 degree Celsius.