Vaginal administration of a misoprostol tablet four hours before IUD insertion reduces the difficulty and pain associated with IUD insertion in women who have never been pregnant, according to a new study. Misoprostol is a medicine that softens and dilates the cervix, causes uterine contractions and, in pregnant women, induces labor. It is used to treat gastric ulcers caused by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, to treat missed miscarriage, to induce labor and induce abortion. The study ranged from 2009 to 2011 and involved 179 women who had never been pregnant. Women were randomly given misoprostol or placebo vaginally four hours prior ... Read More
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