WHO’s recommended method for medical abortion, up to nine weeks of
amenorrhea, is mifepristone 200 mg, followed 24 to 48 hours by 800 mcg
misoprostol

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For pregnancies of gestational age between 9 and 12 weeks (63–84 days) The recommended method for medical abortion is 200 mg mifepristone administered orally followed 36 to 48 hours later by 800 μg misoprostol administered vaginally. Subsequent misoprostol doses should be 400 μg, administered either vaginally or sublingually, every 3 hours up to four further doses, until expulsion of the products of conception. (Strength of recommendation: weak. Quality of evidence based on one randomized controlled trial and one observational study: low.)

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists also recommends a treatment of 200 mg mifepristone followed by misoprostol

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