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Misoprostol is a medication that has been used for decades to prevent and treat stomach ulcers. It also helps with the side effects of chemotherapy. In recent years, it has found its way into use as an abortifacient in places where abortion is illegal or inaccessible. This blog post will discuss why misoprostol should not be used as an abortive agent, and highlight some reasons why healthcare professionals might want to question this practice outright. The Case Against Misoprostol * * * We have been hearing more and more about the use of misoprostol as an abortive agent, but there is a lot to know before considering this dangerous option. This blog post will discuss why misoprostol should not be used as an abortive agent and highlight some reasons healthcare professionals might want to question its practice outright.* * ** # Why We Shouldn’t Use It As An Abortifacient **Before we talk about why it shouldn’t be used as an abortificient, let’s take a moment to think about what is so wrong with this approach in the first place: abortion rates are already high across much

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