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It also suppresses normal uterine contractions which could dislodge the child implanted and growing on the wall of the mother's womb.

(26) Acting alone, RU486 is able to induce an abortion only between 64% and 85% of the time, a rate abortifacient researchers consider "inadequate for general clinical use." (27) This is why, two days after taking the RU486, a woman is given a prostaglandin, usually misoprostol (trade name: Cytotec), to induce powerful uterine contractions to expel the shriveled corpse.

(28) Because the use of a prostaglandin (PG) is part of the standard RU486 abortion protocol, it is perhaps more accurate to refer to this as an "RU486/PG" abortion.

The rest who aborted did so at some point during the following two weeks.

Between 8% and 23% (depending on how many weeks pregnant the mother was) never completely aborted or didn't abort at all using the drugs.

(15) Even by this time, however, the baby's nervous system has begun to form (16) and his or her heart is likely to have already begun its first beats.

(17) The child's heart will be beating strongly and steadily by the time he or she is just three and a half weeks old.

(8), (9) While there have been some limited tests of RU486 as a morning after pill, with mixed results, (10) the only purpose for which the U. sponsor has sought government approval is for use to abort a confirmed pregnancy (11), (12) weeks after the baby has already attached himself or herself to the uterine wall.