This drug is used for pregnancy prevention of women who had unsafe sex. It is not designed for frequent application and should not be used for existing pregnancy disruption (abortion).
Take one pill orally as soon as possible but within 72 hours (3 days) from the moment of unsafe sex. Take second pill 12 hours after the first pill intake. Your doctor can make other recommendations on this drug intake and strictly follow doctor’s indications. This drug can be used at any time of periods. If you have nausea within one hour from the moment of first pill intake discuss with your doctor on the necessity to take second pill.
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This drug is used for the prevention of pregnancy of women who had unsafe sex.
Contact your doctor immediately in case if you missed dose.
Store at room temperature of 77 F degrees (25 С degrees). Short-term storage at the temperature of 59- 86 F degrees (15-30 С degrees) is allowed.
Inform your doctor about your medical history: diabetes, possible pregnancies, unusual vaginal bleedings, allergies (especially for oral contraceptives). Inform your doctor about periods delay for at least 1 week minimum. This drug usage is not recommended during pregnancy.
Consult your doctor for more detailed information. This drug gets to breast milk. Consult your doctor before breast feeding. Though this drug negative influence on breast milk had not been detected.
Nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, giddiness, lactic glands sickliness, tiredness and weakness, head ache, menstrual changes, diarrhea. Inform your doctor if any of the aforementioned side effects persist or get worse.
Inform your doctor if any of the following serious side effects occur:
Contact your doctor in case if noticed other side effects not listed here.
This drug is not for intake with other drugs. Like other oral contraceptives this drug doesn’t protect and prevent AIDS and other venereal diseases.
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