When should you not use the medicines?
You should not use the medicines if:
- someone is forcing you to end your pregnancy.
- you are not sure about wanting to end your pregnancy.
- the first day of your last menstrual period was more than 10 weeks ago.
- you have an allergy to Mifepristone, Misoprostol, or prostaglandins
- you have one of the following diseases: Chronic adrenal failure, Hemorrhagic disorders or bleeding disorders/diseases, Inherited porphyries. (It is highly unlikely that you have one of these diseases and do not know it yet.)
- you have an ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy outside the womb).
- you cannot get to a hospital or first aid centre within an hour.
- you are alone. You should ask a partner, friend or other trusted person to stay with you while you use the medicines.
When you have is an intrauterine device (IUD) if possible, we advise to remove it before using the medicines