T Pill Tablets
T Pill 200 MG Description
T Pill tablet contains mifepristone as its active ingredient. It is strictly used under medical supervision for the prescribed clinical condition. This medication is not for pregnancy of more than 10 weeks. Mifepristone is a synthetic steroid soluble in water that is administered orally. It softens the cervix, contracts the uterus, and permits the uterine contents to be expelled. This medicine works by inhibiting the effect of progesterone, a female hormone required for maintaining pregnancy and generating uterine contractions, allowing for its clinical action. To get the most effect, the tablet is used in conjunction with other medications. It may take up to 48 hours for the medication to take effect, and you may have bleeding. If you have excessive vaginal bleeding or abdominal pain, consult your doctor. History of ectopic pregnancy, or current use of an intrauterine device, should be disclosed to the doctor before taking this prescription. Inform the doctor about any other medications you are taking should, as it may modify the action of this medicine.
|You Save||₹18.75 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Gynecological conditions under medical supervision|
|Side effects||Nausea, vomiting, cramps in stomach, vaginal bleeding|
|Therapy||DRUGS ACTING ON UTERUS|
Uses of T Pill 200 MG
Contraindications of T Pill 200 MG
- If you have a known allergy to Mifepristone or other constituents.
- If there is suspected ectopic pregnancy, this medicine can be fatal.
- If you are using an intrauterine device like copper-T.
- If you have had chronic adrenal failure, taking T Pill tablet can be unsafe.
- If you take corticosteroids, use T Pill tablet tablets only after a doctor's prescription.
- If you have unexplained vaginal bleeding or have a hemorrhagic disorder, T Pill tablet tablet may be harmful for you.
- This medication is unsafe during pregnancy and lactation.
Side effects of T Pill 200 MG
- Diarrhoea or constipation
- Stomach cramps
- Uterine contractions
- Heavy menstrual bleeding
Precautions and Warnings of T Pill 200 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have ever had an ectopic pregnancy.
- You are breastfeeding, consult your doctor.
- You have an intrauterine device.
- Avoid aggressive activities such as strenuous exercise, running, or driving because they can worsen the bleeding.
Directions for Use of T Pill 200 MG
- T Pill tablet should be taken within 63 days of the last menstrual cycle's beginning.
- If you vomit within 30 minutes of taking the medication, contact your doctor or take another tablet.
- With a glass of water or juice, swallow the whole pill. It is not a chewable tablet. It should not be crushed or broken in any way.
- Take it only as advised by your doctor.
Storage and disposal of T Pill 200 MG
- Keep the medicines in a cool, dry area and in the original pack or container until used.
- Unused medications should be disposed of to prevent children and animals from ingesting them.
- Keep it at a temperature between 20-30℃.
- Medicines must not be used after the expiry date.
Dosage of T Pill 200 MG
Missed a Dose
Mode of Action of T Pill 200 MG
How Does It Work?
Interactions of T Pill 200 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Some medicines can affect the way T Pill tablet works, or T Pill tablet itself can reduce the effectiveness of other medicines taken at the same time.
- Tell your doctor about all the medicines, supplements, or herbals you are currently taking or might take to avoid any possible interaction.
- Especially/In particular if you are taking medicines like Ketoconazole, Erythromycin, Hydrocortisone, Itraconazole, Dexamethasone, Pimozide, Warfarin, Ergotamine and Glucocorticoids.
Interactions with food items
- While using T Pill tablet, avoid consuming grapefruit juice because it may increase the risk of its side effects.
Dr. Divya Rohra
Dr. Jagruti Jain
M.B.B.S., M.D., D.N.B., General Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Will taking more than the prescribed dose of T Pill tablet make it more effective?
Q: Is it okay to use T Pill tablet if you have liver disease?
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