If I took "Cytotec" at may early pregnancy and now am 4 months; does it affect the baby?

Cytotec is a prostaglandin analogue. Prostaglandins are hormones that are produced particularly in pregnancy, and can cause contractions of the uterus; if given in high doses on a frequent basis they could cause miscarriage. However, if you are now at 16 weeks (around 4 months) and you have had a scan and all is going well, it is extremely unlikely that it has had a negative effect on your pregnancy.
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