Oxytocin and molar pregnancy surgery

Oxytocin is often given during or after removal of a molar pregnancy to help reduce bleeding. Oxytocin is a medication used to make the uterus contract. It is similar to the substance that the body produces to start labor contractions.

Last Updated: October 12, 2009

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