The Effect Of Emergency Contraception Consumption Is Over The Specified Schedule?
The doctor takes the second pill postinor tablets taken after 13 hours from the first tablet. However, if you drink it excess 2 hours which is 15 hours from before, how is that? Is it still working and working? R nThank you
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The pill you mentioned is one type of emergency contraception that contains the hormone levonorgestrel, a synthetic progesterone hormone that can prevent pregnancy by thickening the cervical mucus and making the uterine lining not ideal for implantation (implantation of fertilization). This pill should not be used carelessly without direct advice from a doctor. Not only that, this pill is also intended for emergency cases, for example in cases of sexual harassment. Therefore, not just anyone is right to take this pill.
Consumption of emergency contraceptive pills can produce good effects if done the right way. However, because this pill is not included in the class of over-the-counter medicines, we are not authorized to explain in detail the procedure for consumption in free forums like this. What is clear, late taking emergency contraceptive pills can reduce the effectiveness of the pill work, so the potential for pregnancy will be even greater.
Wiser, you consult directly with your nearest doctor or obstetrician. That way, your doctor can explain to you the procedures for taking the pill, of course, if you are indeed the right candidate to take it.
Next time, we suggest, if you and your partner really intend to prevent or delay pregnancy, you should use safeguards in sexual intercourse, for example condoms. Or, it could also, you consult directly with your doctor about the right contraceptive method for you to use.
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