Ellaone Emergency Contraception


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ellaOne is an emergency contraceptive intended to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or if your contraceptive method has failed. ella One is an emergency contraceptive ella One is a contraceptive intended to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or if your contraceptive od has failed. For example: if you had sex without protection; if your or your partner’s condom tore, slipped or came off, or if you forgot to use one; if you did not take your contraceptive pill as recommended. You should take the tablet as soon as possible after sex, and within a maximum of 5 days (120 hours). This is because it is more effective if you take it as soon as possible after unprotected sex. This medicine is suitable for any woman of childbearing age, including adolescents. You can take the tablet at any time in the menstrual cycle. ella One does not work if you are already pregnant If your menstrual period is late, there is a possibility that you may be pregnant. When your period is late or when you have symptoms of pregnancy (heavy breasts, morning sickness) you should consult a doctor or other healthcare professional before taking the tablet. If you have unprotected sex after taking the tablet, it will not stop you from becoming pregnant. Unprotected sex at any time during your cycle can lead to pregnancy. ella One is not to be used for regular contraception If you do not have a regular od of contraception, talk to your doctor or healthcare professional to choose one that is suitable for you. How ella One works ella One contains the substance ulipristal acetate which acts by modifying the activity of the natural hormone progesterone which is necessary for ovulation to occur. As a result, this medicine works by postponing ovulation. Emergency contraception is not effective in every case. Of 100 women who take this medicine approximately 2 will become pregnant. This medicine is a contraceptive used to prevent a pregnancy from starting. If you are already pregnant, it will not interrupt an existing pregnancy. Emergency contraception does not protect against sexually transmitted infections Only condoms can pro