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21 July 2017

All about iPill and Unwanted 72

All about iPill and Unwanted 72
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Written by Dr. Sohani Verma
i pill and Unwanted 72 has 95 percent chances to help you avoid pregnancy and are very different from daily birth control pills like Femilon.

i pill and Unwanted 72 has 95 percent chances to help you avoid pregnancy and are very different from daily birth control pills like Femilon.

Stressed after a session of unprotected sex? Well, wait is over. We bring you the right information for the needful solution. In this article we talk about I pill and unwanted 72, two of the mostly used emergency contraceptive methods worldwide. These are emergency contraceptive pills commonly known as morning after pills and are quite popular among women avoiding pregnancy.

Tip: Protected sex is always best to avoid pregnancy

Pregnancy is considered as the best phase in the life of a woman. This is her transition phase from a pampered girl to a mature and caring woman. However, this is again a choice. A woman has the right to choose not to be pregnant. So, this article is dedicated to those women who have not planned a baby yet and had unsafe sex and is worried about getting pregnant. We understand the emotions related with this stress such as guilt, anxiety, regret, irritation and so we bring to you one of the best methods to avoid unprotected sex through i pill and unwanted 72.

Normally, when you go to a market there is a plethora of emergency contraceptive pills and medical research has indicated i pill and unwanted 72 as two of the best among them. These two are the by-products of cipla-one of the best pharmaceutical company producing effective birth control medicines worldwide.

Side effects of i pill, Unwanted 72

How these pills work/ the science behind i pill and unwanted 72?

These pill works in two ways. They either stop an egg released from ovaries to get fertilized by the sperm or it can prevent sperm from fertilizing the egg. In any case, it does not allow the egg to get fertilized by a sperm and attach to the womb.

 

Things to know about emergency contraceptive pills:

a. Things to know about i pill and unwanted 72:

  1. These are one of the very methods to avoid unwanted pregnancy and are not abortion pills. So they should not be taken and are not effective for women who have already conceived.
  2. These are not those daily birth control pills like Femilon and should only be taken in case of emergency spill-overs. Femilon Tablet is used for Oral contraception, Prevent pregnancy, Dysfunctional uterine bleeding and recurrent miscarriages but don't work as 72-hour emergency pills.
  3. i-pill and unwanted 72 pills are hormones inducing pills and affect your menstruation cycle but don’t complicate it if not taken on regular basis.
  4. One does not require a medical prescription to buy these pills.

 

b. How to use i pill and unwanted 72:

  1. These pills should be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex. Once the period is over, they are not effective.
  2. A woman can have this tablet and stop taking regular intake of other birth control pills for that day and resume other pills the day after.
  3. It comes as an oral tablet and should be taken after having food.

i pill tablet, Unwanted 72

c. Effectiveness of i pill and unwanted 72:

  1. i-pill and unwanted 72 has 95% chances to help you avoid pregnancy.
  2. Rest 5% is your luck.

 

d. Side effects:

  1. A woman who has an allergy to Levonorgestrel can be harmed with this pill.
  2. Weight gain.
  3. It can reduce sexual interest/appetite.
  4. Leads to rashes in some women, nausea, headache and various hormonal imbalances.
  5. Abdominal pain and Cramps.
  6. Chest pain or breathing problems
  7. Blurring of vision, redness or swollen eye/s

 

e. Things to Note:

  1. They do not reduce your chances of getting pregnant if you plan it next time.
  2. It does not protect you from HIV/AIDS or other STD (sexually transmitted diseases).
  3. It can lead to irregular menstruation cycle if taken as regular contraceptive pills. These are emergency pills. This thing should always be kept in mind.

 

However, the side effects of i pill and unwanted 72 are minimum and happens normally after consuming it on regular basis. These pills are blessing to women who are trying to avoid pregnancy.

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2 Comments

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Shruti Gupta
Oct. 4, 2017, 3:19 p.m.
As far as I know I pill is a highly effective birth control pill...but there are some side effects of i pill like abdominal bloating, anxiety, irritability, depression and sometimes muscular pain and spasm...So consult a doctor always before taking such.
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Vedhika Dewan
Oct. 4, 2017, 3:26 p.m.
I have read somewhere that Unwanted 72 contains some amount of levonorgestrel which functions over blocking the two hormones LH and FSH once its in the blood stream. These hormones help to mature an egg, get it released from the ovary and make it available for fertilization. When they are blocked...
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