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Drug “Mifepristone” Price list

The generic Mifepristone is manufactured by 18 companies. The information provided includes the cost of the drug and the type of drug – tablet, capsule, syrup, cream, gel, ointment, liquid or injection.

To view the price of the drug click on the brand name.

Please also note that Medindia’s database currently has 21 Brands of Generics of Mifepristone listed. New generics are constantly being updated.

Brand Name Manufacturers Type Unit Price
1

 Abo Pill

Cure Quick Tablet 200mg  View Price
2

 Colestone

Coles Pharma Tablet 200mg  View Price
3

 Elmif

Elder Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Tablet 200mg  View Price
4

 M .F.T.

Synokem Pharmaceuticals Ltd Tablet 200mg  View Price
5

 Mefeprin

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Tablet 200mg  View Price
6

 Mefipil

Nicholas Piramal India Ltd. Tablet 200mg  View Price
7

 Mefipil (200mg)

AHPL Tablet 200mg  View Price
8

 Mifebort

Taj Pharmaceuticals Ltd Tablet 200mg  View

 Mifebort Syr

Taj Pharmaceuticals Ltd Syp 100mg  View Price
10

 Mifegest

Zydus Alidac Tablet 200mg  View Price
11

 Mifeprin

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Tablet 200mg  View Price
12

 Miferiv – 200

East African (I) Remedies Pvt Ltd Tablet 200mg  View Price
13

 Mifty

Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd. (Otsira) Tablet 200mg  View Price
14

 Mistone

Novaduo Pharma Tablet 200mg  View Price
15

 Mtpill

Cipla Limited Tablet 200mg  View Price

16

 Relezed

Zee Laboratories Tablet 200mg  View Price
17

 Relized

Zee Laboratories Tablet 200mg  View Price
18

 T -Pill

Bestochem Formulations (India) Ltd. Tablet 200mg  View Price
19

 Termipil

Alkem Laboratories Ltd Tablet 200mg  View Price
20

 Undo (200mg)

FDC (Spectra) Tablet 200mg  View Price
21

 Unwanted (200mg)

Mankind Tablet 200mg  View Price

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Pepsi and Kraft arn’t on the boycott list anymore. Updated (June 2016) Children of God for Life. World Leaders of the Campaign for Ethical Vaccines, Medicines and Consumer Products.

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The early first-trimester medical abortion regimen (200 mg of oral mifepristone, followed 24–48 hours later by 800 mcg of buccal misoprostol) currently used by Planned Parenthood clinics in the United States since April 2006 is 98.3% effective through 59 days gestation.

Medical abortion – Wikipedia

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What is the tablet name for abortion?

The Abortion Pill, otherwise known as Mifepristone (U.S. trade name: Mifeprex) (1) or RU-486, is a medical or drug induced alternative to surgical or vacuum aspiration abortion for women who elect to terminate an early pregnancy.

Abortion Pill Risks

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 September 22, 2014   RU486

The Abortion Pill Known as “RU-486”: By any other name… Just as deadly

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research

RU4869If there wasn’t enough confusion already, we now find that the abortion drug mifepristone (the generic name for RU-486) is being produced in other countries and sold under other names. Why does that matter?

It’s a wake-up call for anyone who thought that the abortion pill was just about adding one other boutique abortion option to American clinics. What is clear now is that chemical abortion has become big business, on a global scale, and a lot pharmaceutical entrepreneurs are looking to cash in. And they don’t care much about the risk these online drug stores pose to women in countries all over the globe.

Mifepristone originally was named RU-38486, as it was the 38,486th chemical compound synthesized by French pharmaceutical maker, Roussel-Uclaf. Calling it RU-486 is a matter of shorthand, though it also has the unintentionally ironic feature of being an abbreviated textual form of the question “Are You For 86?” To “86″ something has long been American slang for getting rid of that thing or person.

Mifepristone was first developed in 1980 and went on the French market as an abortifacient in 1988, followed by Britain in 1991 and Sweden in 1992. In Europe, it has been sold as Mifegyne and the company producing it there underwent a number of mergers and changes until rights were transferred to a new entity called Exelgyn headed by a former Roussel executive.

Rights in the United States went to the Population Council of New York, which set up a distributor called Danco and contracted with a Chinese manufacturer by the name of Hua Lian. Once approved, mifepristone was sold in the U.S. as Mifeprex, though it sometimes marketed as “The Early Option” pill.

It wasn’t very long after Roussel researcher Etienne-Emile Baulieu announced his discovery of mifepristone that others began working to make copies of the abortion pill. China announced its own version of mifepristone the same year that sales began in France (1988). Four different pharmaceutical firms began marketing the drug in India shortly after it was approved there in 2002.

Original patents expired years ago, swinging the doors wide open for manufacturers of generics. None are known to exist for mifepristone in the United States, but there are multiple Indian and Chinese firms advertising and selling abortion pills on-line.

One website listed 18 different names for mifepristone sold by 15 different Indian firms. Our research uncovered at least thirteen additional generic versions and brand names as well as several additional companies (see list below).

Several different generic mifepristones come from China, too, from different companies (though one, the New Hualian company, looks suspiciously like the firm that supplies mifepristone to the U.S.). There are also versions from the Russian Federation, Taiwan, Vietnam, and the Republic of Georgia.

Several of the names of these pills are so bizarre they would be comic, were their intent not so deadly – Abortom, Termipil, Undo, Nopreg, Unwanted.

Whether this list gives a full and complete picture of all the producers of mifepristone is difficult to say.

This information alone raises many questions. What relationships exist between the various distributors and manufacturers? Is the Cipla in Vietnam just a subsidiary of the global Cipla pharmaceutical company headquartered in Mumbai (Bombay, India)? Why do certain companies appear to produce the same pill under the different names, e.g., Bi Yun and Zi Yun, both by China’s Renfu Pharmaceutical?

Exelgyn still exists and is listed as the producer of Mifegyne for much of Europe. However it was acquired by the Nordic Pharma Group in 2010, which is listed as the manufacturer for other European countries (Germany, United Kingdom, Finland). It also appears to be some part of the mifepristone pipeline for other sellers like Istar in New Zealand, Cosan in Switzerland, and Laboratoire Macors in Estonia.

Exelgyn tried to keep a generic competitor, Linepharma, from setting up shop in France, but was unsuccessful. (www.juricaf.org/arret/FRANCE-CONSEILDETAT-20140306-375093).

Linepharma’s entry into the field is significant, especially now that it has partnered with WomanCare Global, a “women’s reproductive health charity” to provide mifepristone in seven European and seven African countries (none specified in the WCG 2/8/12 release).Linepharma is also lined up to supply abortion pills for Australia.

One would assume that generics are pure and chemically identical to the original, but this is not necessarily the case. On March 9, 2010, the FDA issued an official consumer safety alert, warning would be buyers “Don’t buy these drugs over the Internet or from foreign sources.” One of the drugs featured on the list was “Mifeprex (mifepristone or RU-486).”

The FDA warned consumers that these drugs were available in the U.S., “only under specially created safety controls.” Those safety controls are “bypassed” if bought over the internet or from other countries, “placing patients who use these drugs at higher risk.” The FDA cautioned that drugs bought from foreign sources are “generally not FDA approved.”

Earlier this year, Consumer Reports (4/25/14) reported on an FDA crackdown on Indian pharmaceutical companies selling drugs online to patients in the U.S. Sun Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer/distributor of mifepristone products Medabon and Mifeprin, was one of those subject to sanctions.

India and China, two of the biggest suppliers of mifepristone, are also two of the world’s leading drug exporters. They have about 500 manufacturing plants each registered with the FDA (it is unclear how many of these on-line sellers are among those registered).

The FDA is mandated to inspect these firms. However, according to Consumer Reports, the FDA needs additional staff to complete that task.

Links to some on-line pharmacies and sellers advertising mifepristone are now dead, but it is not known whether these are down due to government action or business problems.

Consumer Reports says that common issues uncovered by the FDA are “inadequate testing and quality checks, inconsistencies in data collection, and contaminated products.”

The situation (or competition) is so bad that even Women on Waves, one of the early proponents of clandestine chemical abortions, warns women,

Do not buy any pills from the website “Abortion-pill-online.com” or “mifepristone-misoprostol.com” or “mifepristone-online.com”. The medicines are not Mifepristone, Mifegyne or RU 486 as they claim. Women on Waves ordered and analysed them and the medicines that were sent to us did not contain the active ingredient Mifepristone!!! Do not order from the website “drugdelivery.ca” or “cytoteconline.com” either, the package never arrives!!!

This, while their partner website, Women on Web, directs women to their own Indian mifepristone manufacturer to order abortion pills for quick shipping worldwide.

While room does not permit detailed discussion here, many of these same companies and several others also manufacture their own generic versions of misoprostol, sold in the U.S. under the brand name Cytotec. This powerful prostaglandin is both commonly used in conjunction with mifepristone (to stimulate powerful uterine contractions to expel the child killed by the RU-486) and is also increasingly promoted and used as a stand alone abortifacient.

Why would anyone use or prescribe or even tolerate the use of misoprostol on its own? It is cheaper. Moreover it is easier to secure because misoprostol is already available in more countries because it has a legitimate medical use– people who take lots of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs use misoprostol to help protect against ulcers.

Misoprostol is sometimes sold in a kit with mifepristone (RU-486) by some of these manufacturers (e.g., Sun’s Medabon, again, and the Antipreg Kit of Intas, and MTP Kit by Cipla). But misoprostol is also sold separately, sometimes under a new brand name, e.g., Aboprost, Misobort, Zitotec.

Exelgyn, the French firm that took over production of mifepristone in Europe in 1997, is now marketing three versions of misoprostol tablet packs – MisoOne, Topogyne, and Mispregnol. They say that these are to be used in conjunction with mifepristone, but the number of pills in a package (16) would seem to invite use as a stand alone abortifacient.

There is nothing to indicate that any of these new brands or generic versions of these abortifacients are in any way safer or more effective than the originals. There are substantial grounds for being concerned that they may prove as deadly for the mother as they are for the unborn babies.

But because the patents have expired, generic manufacturers can copy and produce the pills cheaply and sell them around the globe via the internet, with the international abortion lobby helping stimulate the market by promoting their use around the world, even in countries where abortion may not be legal.

With the manufacturer or distributor thousands of miles away, perhaps on an entirely different continent, and no real immediate professional medical help if something goes wrong, things could deteriorate quickly.

One doesn’t expect the packaging to mention the 19 women who died after taking mifepristone that the FDA knew about in April 2011(FDA, “Mifepristone U.S. Postmarketing Adverse Events Summary through 04/30/2011″). Most of those, we should note, were under a doctor’s care. That may not be the case with these generic drugs bought online.

Heaven help the pregnant mom who orders some strange sounding “abortion pill” from some manufacturer over the internet that hardly anyone has ever heard of before.

Shakespeare said that a rose “by any other name would smell as sweet.” Mifepristone, by any other name, would be just as deadly.

All Over the Map with Mifepristone

A few words about the chart. While every effort was made to be as comprehensive as possible, mifepristone is certainly being sold by more generic manufacturers and under more brand names than are shown here. We seemed to find more every time we tracked down a new source. We tried to match the spelling at the source, but there may be other spellings of same drug from the same company. The same drug may be sold under different names by the same company. We were unable to tell from the information available to us whether or how some of these companies were related. Some companies listed here may be manufacturers, others may merely be distributors or even marketing companies. Some may be partners, some may have common suppliers, some may get their pills from a subsidiary operating in another country under a different name. The country listed here is the home of the related company. Their pills may be sold all over the world or the company may have specific approval to sell or distribute pills in a particular country or set of countries.

Brand/Generic Name Manufacturer/Distributor Company Country
Mifeston Incepta Pharmaceulticals Ltd Bangladesh
Bi Yun Renfu Pharmaceutical China
Han Zhu Din Zhejiang Lihai Huifeng Chemical Factory China
Hanzhudin Mifepristone Yulan Co Ltd China
Han Zhu Ting Xianju China
Hou ding Nuo Xianju China
Mifepristone Hubei Gedian Humanwell Pharmaceutical Co.,Ltd China
Mifepristone ChemEN (China) Co Ltd China
Mi Fu Shenzhen Zifu China
Mifolian New Hualian China
Nuo Lv Ting Zizhu China
Xiyin New Hualian China
Zi Yun Renfu Pharmaceutical China
Miffee/Mifepristone Linepharma Linepharma France
Mifegyne/Mifégyne Exelgyn/Nordic/Cosan/Istar/Laborotoires Macors France
Mifolian Shanghai Raas Republic of Georgia
Mifopriston Obninsk Republic of Georgia
Pencrofton Biochemie Republic of Georgia
A Kare DKT India India
Abo Pill Cure Quick India
Abortom Neiss India
Antipreg/Antipreg Kit Intas India
Cedate Profic Organic India
Colestone Coles Pharma India
Elmif Elder Pharmaceuticals Ltd. India
Herwont Torrent Pharma India
Medabon Sun Pharmaceuticals India
Mefipil Abbott India India
MF-Kare DKT India India
Mifebort Taj Pharmaceuticals Ltd India
Mifebort Syrup Taj Pharmaceuticals Ltd India
Mifegest Zydus Alidac India
Mifekit Alliaance Biotech India
Mifeprin Sun Pharmaceuticals India
Mifepristone Acme Formulation India
Mifepristone Medipol India
Miferiv East Africa (I) Remedies Pvt Ltd (Otsira) India
Mifiton West Coast Pharmaceutical Works Ltd India
Mifonext Bionext Pharma India
Mifty Aristo Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd India
Mistone Novaduo Pharma India
Mtpill/MTP Kit Cipla India
O Pill/O-Pill Orison Pharmaceutical India
Pregnot Kit Lupin India
Relezed/Relized Zee Laboratories India
T-Pill Bestochem Formulations (India) Ltd India
Termipil Alkem Laboratories Ltd India
Undo FDC Spectra India
Unwanted Mankind India
Mifepristone Maxim Pharmaceuticals Kenya
Mediprist Marie Stopes Kenya Kenya
Mifegyn Izvarino Pharma Russia
Mifepristone MIR Pharma Russia
Agesta Biohimik Russia
Pencroftonium Pharmstandart Russia
Pencroftonum Pentkroft Pharma; Pharmsynthez Russia
Mifegyne Medi Challenge (Pty) Ltd South Africa
Apano Lotus Pharmaceutical Taiwan
Mariprist Marie Stopes International United Kingdom?
Mifeprex* Danco USA
Mifestad Stada – VN JV Vietnam
Nopreg Pill Cipla Vietnam

 

 * The FDA recently approved Korlym (previously known as Corlux), a brand name for mifepristone, that can be used to treat patients with Cushing’s Syndrome, a condition where a tumor in the pituatary causes excess production of cortisol, which can lead to rapid weight gain, hypertension, high blood sugar, muscle and bone weakness, and cognitive disturbance. Packaging warns patients not to take Korlym if pregnant. While doctors may legally prescribe any approved drug for any purpose they see fit, it seems unlikely that a doctor will prescribe Korlym for abortion because of the high price for the drug, approximately $186 (wholesale) for a 300 mg pill. Mifeprex was selling for around $90 per 200mg pill.

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Which birth control pills can be used for emergency contraception in the United States?

http://ec.princeton.edu/worldwide/

In the U.S., progestin-only EC is available on the shelf without age restrictions to women and men. Look for Plan B One-Step, Take Action, Next Choice One-Dose, My Way or other generics in the family planning aisle.
There are nearly two dozen brands of pills that can be used for emergency contraception in the United States today. Several products are specifically approved and marketed here as emergency contraceptive pills:

    • Progestin-only EC (like Plan B One-Step and its generic forms Take Action, Next Choice One Dose and My Way) are approved for unrestricted sale on store shelves. Anyone can buy it without needing to show ID. Plan B One-Step usually costs about $40-$50, and the generics cost about $35-$45.
    • If you want to use insurance to purchase EC, go to the pharmacy counter and ask for help.
    • You can order a generic form of Plan B One-Step at www.afterpill.com for $20 + $5 shipping. This site does not offer expedited shipping, so it’s not meant for emergency use, but you can stock up and keep it on hand for future use.
    • ella is sold by prescription only, regardless of age. You can also order ella through an online

prescription service

    for $67, including shipping.

EC should be taken as soon as possible after sex.

 

You can also use a different dose of a number of brands of regular birth control pills. While these are not sold specifically as emergency contraceptive pills, they have been proven safe and effective for preventing pregnancy in the few days after sex. These daily birth control pills contain two hormones, progestin and estrogen, and are taken in two doses. You take the first dose as soon as possible (up to 120 hours after you have sex without using birth control, your birth control failed, or you were made to have sex against your will. You take the second dose 12 hours later (although being an hour or two early or late probably won’t make a difference in how effective the pills are).

 

Emergency contraceptive pills have no long-term or serious side effects, and it is safe for almost every woman to use them.


Here are some other things to know about taking emergency contraceptive pills:

    • Don’t take more than one kind of EC. The active ingredients in ellaPlan B One-Step (and its generic forms) may counteract each other and make your EC ineffective.
  • Don’t take extra pills. They probably won’t reduce your risk of pregnancy any more than the recommended dose for emergency contraception. But they will make it more likely you’ll feel sick to your stomach (one of the more common side effects).
  • If you feel sick to your stomach, it should be only mild nausea that goes away in a day or so.
  • If you throw up within an hour after taking the pills, call your health care provider. You may need to repeat a dose, and it might make sense to take some anti-nausea medication (Find out more about side effects here).
  • If you have any other symptoms you are worried about, contact your health care provider. Ask for an appointment right away if you have:
    • Severe pain in your leg (calf or thigh)
    • Several abdominal pain
    • Chest pain or cough or shortness of breath
    • Severe headaches, dizziness, weakness, or numbness
    • Blurred or loss of vision or trouble speaking
    • Jaundice (if you see a yellowish tint in the whites of your eyes, your skin, or your mucus membranes)
  • Your next period should start within the next month, although it might come a few days early or late (find out more here). If you don’t get your period by the time you expect it, you might consider getting a pregnancy test.
  • Start using a regular birth control method you think you’ll be able to use every time you have sex because that will be more effective than relying only on emergency contraception. And, if there’s any chance you could be at risk of sexually transmitted infections, use a condom.

The table below lists all of the brands of oral contraception available in the U.S. which you can use to prevent pregnancy in the few days after sex. For information about how to use a specific pill as an emergency contraceptive, click on the brand name in the table.


Looking for options for emergency contraceptive pills in another country? Click here.

 


Table 1. Oral contraceptives that can be used for emergency contraception in the United Statesa

 

Brand Company First Dose Second Dose
(12 hours later)
Ulipristal Acetate per Dose (mg) Ethinyl Estradiol
per Dose (µg)
Levonorgestrel
per Dose (mg)
Ulipristal acetate (Dedicated EC pills)
ella Afaxys 1 white pill None 30
Progestin-only (Dedicated EC pills)
AfteraAfterab Teva 1 white pill None 1.5
AfterPillc Syzygy 1 white pill None 1.5
AFterAthentia Next Aurobindo 1 white pill None 1.5
AFterEContra Ezd Afaxys 1 white pill None 1.5
AFterFallback Solo Lupin 1 white pill None 1.5
My Way Gavis 1 white pill None 1.5
Next Choice One Dose Actavis 1 peach pill None 1.5
AFterOpcicon One-Step Sun Pharma 1 white pill None 1.5
Plan B One-Step Teva 1 white pill None 1.5
Take Action Teva 1 white pill None 1.5
Combined progestin and estrogen pills (Regular oral contraceptive pills)
Afirmelle Aurobindo 5 white pills 5 white pills 100 0.50
Altavera Sandoz 4 peach pills 4 peach pills 120 0.60
Amethia Actavis 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
Amethia Lo Actavis 5 white pills 5 white pills 100 0.50
Amethyst Actavis 6 white pills 6 white pills 120 0.54
Aubra Afaxys 5 white pills 5 white pills 100 0.50
Ayuna Aurobindo 4 orange pills 4 orange pills 100 0.50
Aviane Teva 5 orange pills 5 orange pills 100 0.50
Camrese Teva 4 light blue-green pills 4 light blue-green pills 120 0.60
CamreseLo Teva 5 orange pills 5 orange pills 100 0.50
Chateal Afaxys 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
Crysellee Teva 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
Elineste Novast 4 orange pills 4 orange pills 120 0.60
Enpresse Teva 4 orange pills 4 orange pills 120 0.50
Falmina Novast 5 orange pills 5 orange pills 100 0.50
Introvale Sandoz 4 peach pills 4 peach pills 120 0.60
Jolessa Teva 4 pink pills 4 pink pills 120 0.60
Kurvelo Lupin 4 peach pills 4 peach pills 120 0.60
Lessina Teva 5 pink pills 5 pink pills 100 0.50
Levonest Novast 4 light brown pills 4 light brown pills 120 0.50
Levora Actavis 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
LoSeasonique Teva 5 orange pills 5 orange pills 100 0.50
Low-Ogestrele Actavis 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
Lutera Actavis 5 white pills 5 white pills 100 0.50
Marlissa Glenmark 4 peach pills 4 peach pills 120 0.60
Myzilra Novast 4 yellow pills 4 yellow pills 120 0.50
Nordette Teva 4 light-orange pills 4 light-orange pills 120 0.60
Orsythia Vintage 5 pink pills 5 pink pills 100 0.50
Portia Teva 4 pink pills 4 pink pills 120 0.60
Quasense Actavis 4 white pills 4 white pills 120 0.60
Seasonale Teva 4 pink pills 4 pink pills 120 0.60
Seasonique Teva 4 light-blue-green pills 4 light-blue-green pills 120 0.60
Setlakin Novast 4 pink pills 4 pink pills 120 0.60
Sronyx Actavis 5 white pills 5 while pills 100 0.50
Triphasil Wyeth 4 yellow pills 4 yellow pills 120 0.50
Trivora Actavis 4 pink pills 4 pink pills 120 0.50
Vienva Sandoz 5 white pills 5 white pills 100 0.50

 

Notes:
aella and the levonorgestrel EC products listed in the top section are dedicated products specifically marketed for emergency contraception. The regular oral contraceptives listed above have been declared safe and effective for use as ECPs by the United States Food and Drug Administration. In the U.S., levonorgestrel EC, like Plan B One-Step and Take Action, is available on the shelf with no restrictions. ella is available by prescription only.
b Aftera is sold exclusively at CVS stores

 

c Afterpill is sold online at http://www.afterpill.com

 

d EContra EZ is sold at family planning clinics and online at http://www.kwikmed.com

 

e The progestin in Cryselle, Elinest, and Low-Ogestrel is norgestrel, which contains two isomers, only one of which (levonorgestrel) is bioactive; the amount of norgestrel in each tablet is twice the amount of levonorgestrel.


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