If you take nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (aspirin, piroxicam, naproxen, etc.), your stomach may need protection from their action. That is exactly what Cytotec does. It belongs to prostaglandins and protects the stomach lining from ulcers by reducing the amount of acid released by the stomach. It can be especially helpful for patients with the risk for developing ulcers and with a history of ulcers. Cytotec also helps to reduce the risk of ulcer bleeding.
Cytotec is usually taken four times a day with food, the last dose taken at bedtime. Cytotec should be taken for the full course of NSAID treatment, even if you do not see any problems with your stomach. Diarrhea and abdominal cramping may occur within first days of treatment. Do not take Cytotec if you are pregnant or might become pregnant during treatment. It may cause abortion, premature birth, or birth defects. Cytotec is a prescription medicine; therefore, you should consult your doctor to know if Cytotec is right for you.
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