Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018555/001.

Names and composition

"YUTOPAR" is the commercial name of a drug composed of RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018555/001 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
018580/001 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
018580/002 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018555/001 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
018580/001 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
018580/002 YUTOPAR RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15MG per ML
070700/001 RITODRINE HCL RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE Injectable/ Injection 10MG per ML
070701/001 RITODRINE HCL RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE Injectable/ Injection 15MG per ML
071188/001 RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
071189/001 RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15MG per ML
071438/001 RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30MG per 100ML
071618/001 RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
071619/001 RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE RITODRINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 15MG per ML

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Answered questions

Ritodrine (Yutopar) what is it for?
what does it do in relation with pregnancy ? Asked by Pok Ramsy 1 year ago.

Used to stop premature labor. Answered by Agueda Mckerchie 1 year ago.


In 1983, I was in premature labor, Utepar was given to stop the contractions. Does anyone know about the drug?
I am not sure of the spelling of the drug. It caused me to have high heart rate and nausea. Asked by Elane Manfredi 1 year ago.

Yutopar is the drug here's information on it. It appears that it is no longer used, though. Answered by Royal Feit 1 year ago.


I had an amniocentesis and afterward was given a shot to help prevent contractions. What was this shot?
I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart... Asked by Staci Sahm 1 year ago.

I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart was racing like I'd just run 5K. A day later, all is well and there were no contractions. Does anyone know the name of the drug I may have received? Answered by Shana Ferron 1 year ago.

That must have been very scary for you. Most likely what you received was an injection of Yutopar(Ritodrine) or Bricanyl(Terbutaline). These help stop preterm labour. It was probably that hospitals policy to give one of these meds to any mom having an amnio. The racing heartbeat is a common side effect. Some other side effects; anxiety, nausea, headache, low blood pressure. A very rare but VERY serious complication is fluid in your lungs. However, it being the day after you should be fine. Seek help if you get very short of breath, chest pain, or any kind of respiratory difficulty. Do a search 'ritodrine and bricanyl prevention of preterm delivery'. Best wishes for you and your baby. Answered by Song Viale 1 year ago.


Strong cramps in tummy?
hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv... Asked by Nicol Verdell 1 year ago.

hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv had pretty constant period like cramps in the bottom of my belly but today they are much stronger.around 6 - 7 minutes apart, they are uncomfertable,id say about a 6 out of 10 for pain but its not crippeling pain. i wonder if i am in eary labour? Answered by Hue Seargent 1 year ago.

you should have called your ob when you first felt the cramps. I'm 33 weeks and 3 days and felt the cramps 4 days ago and when i went to see my ob he gave me yutopar to stop it because this was my body getting ready for delivery and it shouldn't be that early. I'm not sure about your case but please go to your ob as soon as you can.. good luck Answered by Willene Tahir 1 year ago.

you have most likely started to go into labor good luck Answered by Meridith Cobar 1 year ago.

i think your having labour pains Answered by Lindy Coopey 1 year ago.


Ritodrine (Yutopar) what is it for?
what does it do in relation with pregnancy ? Asked by Yvonne Masiello 1 year ago.

Used to stop premature labor. Answered by Idella Janise 1 year ago.


In 1983, I was in premature labor, Utepar was given to stop the contractions. Does anyone know about the drug?
I am not sure of the spelling of the drug. It caused me to have high heart rate and nausea. Asked by Noelle Terrone 1 year ago.

Yutopar is the drug here's information on it. It appears that it is no longer used, though. Answered by Darcie Decost 1 year ago.


I had an amniocentesis and afterward was given a shot to help prevent contractions. What was this shot?
I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart... Asked by Juliann Weiglein 1 year ago.

I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart was racing like I'd just run 5K. A day later, all is well and there were no contractions. Does anyone know the name of the drug I may have received? Answered by Tisa Wedderburn 1 year ago.

That must have been very scary for you. Most likely what you received was an injection of Yutopar(Ritodrine) or Bricanyl(Terbutaline). These help stop preterm labour. It was probably that hospitals policy to give one of these meds to any mom having an amnio. The racing heartbeat is a common side effect. Some other side effects; anxiety, nausea, headache, low blood pressure. A very rare but VERY serious complication is fluid in your lungs. However, it being the day after you should be fine. Seek help if you get very short of breath, chest pain, or any kind of respiratory difficulty. Do a search 'ritodrine and bricanyl prevention of preterm delivery'. Best wishes for you and your baby. Answered by Austin Pfrogner 1 year ago.


Strong cramps in tummy?
hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv... Asked by Rayna Prioletti 1 year ago.

hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv had pretty constant period like cramps in the bottom of my belly but today they are much stronger.around 6 - 7 minutes apart, they are uncomfertable,id say about a 6 out of 10 for pain but its not crippeling pain. i wonder if i am in eary labour? Answered by Denese Teem 1 year ago.

you should have called your ob when you first felt the cramps. I'm 33 weeks and 3 days and felt the cramps 4 days ago and when i went to see my ob he gave me yutopar to stop it because this was my body getting ready for delivery and it shouldn't be that early. I'm not sure about your case but please go to your ob as soon as you can.. good luck Answered by Rosanna Bingle 1 year ago.

you have most likely started to go into labor good luck Answered by Elliott Gierlach 1 year ago.

i think your having labour pains Answered by Hector Quagliano 1 year ago.


Ritodrine (Yutopar) what is it for?
what does it do in relation with pregnancy ? Asked by Yon Nott 1 year ago.

Used to stop premature labor. Answered by Cordell Valenti 1 year ago.


In 1983, I was in premature labor, Utepar was given to stop the contractions. Does anyone know about the drug?
I am not sure of the spelling of the drug. It caused me to have high heart rate and nausea. Asked by Fawn Nonroe 1 year ago.

Yutopar is the drug here's information on it. It appears that it is no longer used, though. Answered by Guillermina Maybin 1 year ago.


I had an amniocentesis and afterward was given a shot to help prevent contractions. What was this shot?
I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart... Asked by Yuki Chaple 1 year ago.

I live in Europe and communication around me about this was vague as I'm not fluent in the language. I tried to refuse this shot as it's a drug and pregnant women avoid unnecessary drugs! My husband was convinced by the healthcare pros that I needed to take the shot. After receiving it, in minutes my heart was racing like I'd just run 5K. A day later, all is well and there were no contractions. Does anyone know the name of the drug I may have received? Answered by Ivy Budish 1 year ago.

That must have been very scary for you. Most likely what you received was an injection of Yutopar(Ritodrine) or Bricanyl(Terbutaline). These help stop preterm labour. It was probably that hospitals policy to give one of these meds to any mom having an amnio. The racing heartbeat is a common side effect. Some other side effects; anxiety, nausea, headache, low blood pressure. A very rare but VERY serious complication is fluid in your lungs. However, it being the day after you should be fine. Seek help if you get very short of breath, chest pain, or any kind of respiratory difficulty. Do a search 'ritodrine and bricanyl prevention of preterm delivery'. Best wishes for you and your baby. Answered by Dannette Grenway 1 year ago.


Strong cramps in tummy?
hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv... Asked by Perry Roselle 1 year ago.

hi i am 40 weeks plus 2 days pregnant, baby has bin engajed for weeks now, 3 days ago me and my partner made love,that night the menstrul cramps started,followed by a bloody show,each time i use the toilet the tissue is a tiny bit blood stained so i guess im still losing my mucas plug.and now for the past 2 days iv had pretty constant period like cramps in the bottom of my belly but today they are much stronger.around 6 - 7 minutes apart, they are uncomfertable,id say about a 6 out of 10 for pain but its not crippeling pain. i wonder if i am in eary labour? Answered by Tessie Jinkens 1 year ago.

you should have called your ob when you first felt the cramps. I'm 33 weeks and 3 days and felt the cramps 4 days ago and when i went to see my ob he gave me yutopar to stop it because this was my body getting ready for delivery and it shouldn't be that early. I'm not sure about your case but please go to your ob as soon as you can.. good luck Answered by Ngoc Serrao 1 year ago.

you have most likely started to go into labor good luck Answered by Valene Mcfate 1 year ago.

i think your having labour pains Answered by Patrice Ruys 1 year ago.


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