I-Pill 1.5 mg
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|3 Tablet/s||US$ 6.31||US$ 18.92||
|6 Tablet/s||US$ 6.31||US$ 37.84||
|9 Tablet/s||US$ 6.31||US$ 56.76||
|US Brand Name||Plan B|
I pill one-step emergency contraception that helps prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or birth control failure. It is a backup method to prevent pregnancy and should not be used routinely. The emergency contraceptive pill should be taken within 24 to 72 hours of having unsafe sex. The pill should be swallowed with water. Also, the sooner you take the pill, the better it is because as time passes by, the medicine becomes less effective. Generally, these types of pills must be taken within 72 hours.
The tablet contains Levonorgestrel, which blocks the release of hormones such as luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). These hormones play an important role in the development and release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation). The emergency pill works by delaying the process of ovulation. However, if the ovary has already released the egg, the tablet interferes with the fertilization of the egg with the sperm. In case fertilization has already happened, I pill to prevent the pregnancy from disrupting the implantation process (attachment of fertilized egg to the uterus).
You can use I-pill after unprotected sex in the last 72 hours if you don't want to conceive. The tablet works as an emergency pill with a strong dose of Levonorgestrel hormone. So, please do not use it regularly and use it when it is needed. If you do not get your period within three weeks after taking the tablet, it is wise to do a pregnancy test to ensure you are not pregnant. If you vomit within three hours of taking the tablet, then take another tablet as soon as possible.
I-pill will not work if you are already pregnant and will not affect an existing pregnancy. It should not be used as a regular birth control pill. It is important to use another reliable contraceptive source suitable for you. The medicine will not protect you from HIV infection and other sexually transmitted diseases.
I-Pill should not be used if you are allergic to Levonorgestrel or other medicine ingredients. You should not take the pill if you are allergic to it. Speak to your doctor about other effective birth control pills that you can take.
When used as directed by the doctor, I pill safe for women. Some women will have mild, temporary side effects such as menstrual changes, nausea, tiredness, lower stomach pain, vomiting, dizziness, and breast pain. These are some of women's side effects when taking regular birth control pills. Some women taking Levonorgestrel tablets will have menstrual changes, such as spotting or bleeding, before their next period. At the same time, some may also have a heavier or lighter next period or a period that is early or late. If your period is more than a week late, you should get a pregnancy test immediately.