Can The Blue KB Pill Be Used As An Emergency Contraceptive Pill?
Sorry, do you want to ask if microgynon birth control pills are the same as the blue mainstay pills? If microgynon can be used as an emergency contraceptive pill by taking 4 items after intercourse in a period of less than 72 hours and 4 more points 12 hours after taking the first one. Can the mainstay pill be the same as microgynon 0.03 mg of estrogen and progestron 0.15 can be used for emergency contraception? thank you
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There are various types of birth control pills, there are those that contain a combination of estrogen and synthetic progesterone, there are also those that only contain the synthetic progesterone hormone. Both birth control pills that you mentioned are included in the type of combination birth control pill.
Birth control pills are made with the primary goal of preventing pregnancy. This birth control pill is appropriate for married couples, but intends to delay or adjust the distance between pregnancies. In some conditions, combined birth control pills can also be useful to make menstruation more regular, reduce excessive bleeding during menstruation, relieve menstrual pain, relieve acne, and so on.
Some types of birth control pills can also be used as an emergency contraception because of its ability to prevent fertilization of the egg by sperm cells that have already entered the skin. However, whether the two types of birth control pills you mentioned are appropriate for use as an emergency contraception or not, sorry we are not authorized to explain them in question and answer forums like this. Emergency contraceptive pills are not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs so their use should be severely restricted only if there are certain underlying medical indications, for example in cases of rape. Therefore, in addition to preventing information abuse, it is also unethical if we explain in detail the types and procedures for the use of emergency contraceptive pills in free forums such as this.
If you feel the need for further consultation regarding birth control pills and also emergency contraceptive pills, we recommend that you visit a doctor or obstetrician directly at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.