For incomplete abortion

Misoclear can be used for as a non-surgical alternative for treatment of incomplete abortion.

It is a non-invasive option that has shown to be 91% effective in clinical trials when used according to the dosing instructions. More than 9 in 10 women said they would choose misoprostol for treatment of incomplete abortion and post abortion care.

Several studies have shown that the majority of women (93.7%) who use misoprostol to treat their incomplete abortion would choose it again. 

How does it work?

Misoprostol works by causing contractions of the womb and softens the cervix (mouth of the womb) to expel the pregnancy easily.

When can it be used?

Up to 13 weeks since the first day of the last menstrual period.

How effective is it? 

Misoclear is considered effective in 91-99% of women taking it to treat an incomplete abortion.

How do you take it?

Misoclear is safe and effective when used according to instructions. You should always use the correct dose, as incorrect dosing can lead to complications.

For treatment of incomplete abortion, women can either take Misoclear orally or sublingually, as follows:

Swallow 3 tablets (600mcg) with a glass of water. 3 tablets (600mcg) should be taken orally, with a glass of water.


2 tablets (400mcg) should be placed under the tongue and allowed to dissolve for 30 minutes. The remainder can be swallowed with water.

When not to take it

Misoclear is not appropriate in the following instances:

  • Women more than 13 weeks pregnant
  • Women with severe or persistent abdominal pain
  • Women with an IUD in place
  • Women with known allergies to misoprostol
  • Women with inherited porphyria
  • Women with bleeding disorders or taking blood thinning medicines
  • Women with suspected ectopic pregnancy
  • Women with adrenal or hepatic failure
  • Women with significant anaemia, heart disease or women on long term oral steroids or steroid injections should exercise caution

Step by step guide

View the step by step guide for taking Misoclear for incomplete abortion.

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