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Levonelle (Levonorgestrel)

Levonelle
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Short Summary:

 

You should not use Levonelle if you have an allergy to any of the ingredients of the medication. Also inform your doctor beforehand if you have a disease in small bowel (crohn’s disease), severe liver disease or history of inflamed fallopian tubes. Do not use this drug if you have history of an ectopic pregnancy, as it may increase your chances of having such complication in future too. Before taking Levonelle tablet, make sure that you are not pregnant, as it may cause serious birth defects in the unborn child.

 

Some of the medicinal products that may interact with Levonelle include barbiturates, anti-seizure medicines, medicines for treating tuberculosis, HIV drugs, antifungals, cyclosporine, or St. Johns wort.

 

Remember that Levonelle does not provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, AIDS or gonorrhea. If you had unprotected sex with an infected partner, you will need to take other measures to prevent transmission of the disease.

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Treatments Strength Pills Price (GBP) Order
Levonelle 1500mg 1 £ 25.00 Add to Cart
Levonelle 1500mg 2 £ 45.00 Add to Cart
Levonelle 1500mg 3 £ 65.00 Add to Cart

 

 

 

Basic Actions of Levonelle

 

The exact workings of Levonelle are not yet understood. However in broad spectrum of things, the drug does put a stop to the possibility of an unplanned pregnancy. In a nutshell the drug prevents fertilisation and ovulation. It can also alter the lining of the womb so that a fertilised egg cannot attach itself to the lining. This however depends on the stage of the menstrual cycle. The drug can also thicken the mucus lining at the entrance of the womb thus making it more difficult for the sperm to pass through. The process of fertilization and implanting can take about 3 days and therefore the drug must be taken within 72 hours.

 

Side Effects of Levonelle

 

Levonelle is known to have side effects that are very minor. These may include stomach pain, tenderness in the breasts, nausea, fatigue and sometimes even vomiting. Having the pill along with some food may help this. However if you do vomit, you should contact your pharmacist, a nurse or a doctor for immediate help and advice.

 

Current Trends of Levonelle

 

The active ingredient in Levonelle is Levonorgestrel 1500 mcg. It is manufactured by Payer Schering Pharma and is a very effective emergency contraceptive pill. It is available in packs of one dose each. Because of the nature of this drug you do not require a prescription to buy it. It is freely available all over the world. However medical advice is always suggested before you take it.

 

Risks In Taking Levonelle

 

Levonelle is not safe for women who are breastfeeding and who could possibly be pregnant. It is also not meant to be used as a regular contraceptive. Taking Levonelle cannot guarantee a 100% assurance that you will not get pregnant. Therefore if you do become pregnant even after taking the drug or you notice that your next period is lighter or shorter than usual you should contact your doctor immediately. Levonelle is also not suitable to be taken by women who have severe liver related diseases. You should also refrain from taking the drug if you are allergic to any one of its ingredients. Contacting your doctor in a scenario like this is always the best option.