i-Pill Tablet is a progestin that we use as contraception. It is a hormone that is used by women to avoid unwanted pregnancy after unprotected sexual activity (or in case of condom breakage or failure of other forms of birth control that you may have taken). It stops ovulation in a number of ways. Certainly, it changes the path of either the sperm or the eggs. In other cases it changes the lining of the uterus should implantation happen. It is only effective when you take i-Pill Tablet immediately after intercourse or just before gestation has taken place.
The probable side effects associated with the use of i-Pill Tablet are breast tenderness, problems in menstrual flow, fatigue, diarrhea, lightheadedness, abdominal pain. In case of severe side effects visit a doctor right away. These are skin allergies, difficulty in breathing, chest pain, swelling of your facial region, missed periods, blood spotting. Avoid using this medicine if you are:
- Planning to become pregnant or are nursing a baby.
- Taking any prescriptive or over the counter drugs or herbal medications or dietary supplements.
- Allergic to any kind of medicines, foods or substances.
- Similarly, you suffer from a tendency of tubal pregnancy.
- Under seventeen years of age.
- Taking particularly any antifungals, anticoagulants or valproic acid.
In case of suspected birth control failure take i-Pill Tablet as prescribed by your doctor. In case you are following the instructions on the label take it within 72 hours to make its working efficiency. The second dose needs to be taken about 12 hours after the first. Should you miss a dose consult your doctor immediately. Have yourself checked after 3 weeks of using i-Pill Tablet in order to ensure that you are not pregnant?
When we prescribe i-pill Tablet?
- Emergency contraception
- Long-term contraception