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Effects and efficacy:
Treatment of duodenal ulcer and gastric ulcer; prevention of ulcer caused by NSAID use; termination of early pregnancy within 49 days of amenorrhea.
Usage and dosage:
Treatment of duodenal ulcer, gastric ulcer, and peptic ulcer caused by NSAID: 0.8 mg daily, at breakfast, and/or lunch, dinner and before bedtime (taken in 2 or 4 times). Even if symptoms are relieved quickly, treatment should be continued for at least 4 weeks at the beginning. Most patients’ ulcers can heal within 4 weeks, but if necessary, the course of treatment can be extended to 8 weeks. If the ulcer recurs, a new course of treatment can be started. Prevention of peptic ulcer caused by NSAID: 0.2 mg, 2, 3, or 4 times a day. The course of treatment and dosage are determined according to the condition. The dosage should be individualized according to the patient’s clinical condition. Used to terminate early pregnancy within 49 days of amenorrhea. Used in combination with mifepristone sequentially, take 0.6 mg of misoprostol orally on an empty stomach 36-72 hours after taking mifepristone.
Adverse reactions:
Gastrointestinal reactions are the most common, mainly loose stools or diarrhea. Some women in early pregnancy experience mild nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue and lower abdominal pain after taking the drug. Very few women may experience flushing, fever, itching of the palms, and even anaphylactic shock.
Drug contraindications:
Prohibited in early pregnancy, prohibited in late pregnancy, prohibited during pregnancy, prohibited for children, prohibited for liver function damage, prohibited for kidney function damage


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