At mtpkit99.com we are able to send abortion pills a pack for one Mifepristone and four Misoprostol tablets. It’s better known as MTP kit – Medical Termination of Pregnancy. Now, these pills are available in Alabama USA also. Most of the MTP Kits are delivered from India and the sub-continent.
We can deliver it to your doorsteps within 3-4 days via DHL or FedEx.
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Are mail order abortions safe?
Getting an abortion by mail from mtpkit99 works like this: Women are screened through an online consultation about their pregnancy and health history. If they meet specific criteria — healthy, less than ten weeks pregnant, live within one hour of a hospital — Cindy Larison fills a prescription and sends it to a pharmacy in India she knows and trusts.
The pills are then mailed from India to the woman’s home for an amount that you can check at our shop. There are so many pills for Abortion, So females can select what they need to purchase coz they knew each and everything about abortion pills coz this is not their first time to do an abortion.
The two medications Cindy Larison prescribe abortion pill Alabama — mifepristone, and misoprostol — work in combination by inducing a miscarriage early on in pregnancy. These drugs are standard in the US — approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use early in pregnancy — and around the world. They’re also considered essential medicines by the World Health Organization, meaning they’re supposed to be available to people in all functioning health systems at all times.
If taken before 10 weeks, mifepristone and misoprostol are between 92 to 98 percent effective. So failed abortion is rare when women use these drugs as directed, according to UptoDate, the physician’s evidence-based medicine resource.
The WHO has also studied the safety of using mifepristone and misoprostol when self-administered at home compared to in a clinic, and gave the home-based approach the green light. “There is no evidence that home-based medical abortion is less effective, safe, or acceptable than clinic-based medical abortion,” the WHO report concluded.
Reproductive medicine experts in the US also consider these drugs reliable and routine. “First-trimester medication abortion with mifepristone and misoprostol is very safe,” said Grossman, “with serious complications occurring in less than 0.5 percent of patients.”
But this doesn’t mean any pregnant woman can take these drugs — or that the pills are risk-free. According to UptoDate, there are a number of groups who should avoid mifepristone and misoprostol, including women with ectopic pregnancies (or pregnancy that grows outside the womb, which can only be confirmed by getting medical imaging), women with an intrauterine device in place, and women who have chronic adrenal failure or who are on long-term corticosteroid therapy.
As with all medications, there are potential side effects: most commonly abdominal pain, excessive bleeding, and gastrointestinal discomfort. While more serious complications are rare, they do happen. These can include hemorrhage, infection, or fatal sepsis. (That’s why Gomperts will only administer the drugs to women who are near a hospital.)
With Cindy Larison’s service, there are additional safety questions. The pills women get through mtpkit99 come from pharmacies working in India. Mtpkit99 is able to deliver pills from the US to the US also.
There’s also the risk that a woman has an ectopic pregnancy but doesn’t know about it. In these cases, the drugs won’t work.
But so far, the published data on Gomperts’s approach suggests it’s very sound. For one study, published in the British Medical Journal, Gomperts and other researchers analyzed the health outcomes of 1,000 women who used her services to perform an abortion at home in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland between 2010 and 2012. Here are the main results:
Overall, 94.7% reported successfully ending their pregnancy without surgical intervention. Seven women reported receiving a blood transfusion, and 26 reported receiving antibiotics (route of administration (IV or oral) could not be determined). No deaths resulting from the intervention were reported by family, friends, the authorities, or the media. Ninety three women reported experiencing any symptom for which they were advised to seek medical advice, and, of these, 87 sought attention. None of the five women who did not seek medical attention reported experiencing an adverse outcome.
There are a couple of caveats with the paper, though: The data were self-reported, which means women may not have always accurately recounted their experiences. And the study may not reflect the full picture of women using the service.
Here’s why: In the time period the researchers looked at, 1,636 women received pills, and Gomperts only had follow-up information for 1,158 (or 71 percent). Of those, 1,023 confirmed using the medications, and follow-up information was available for 1,000. So the data is based on a subset who ordered abortion pills through Gomperts, and there’s a chance that if they had a fuller data set, the safety picture would change.
Are they legal? Yes and no.
Yes, they are legal to purchase online from mtpkit99.com. We also provide pills to Planned Parenthood services in US they also use same pills but their packing is more fancy and good printing so they charge double from us.