What is I-Pill?
I-Pill is an emergency contraceptive pill that prevents unwanted pregnancy in the case of unprotected intercourse or contraception failure. The active ingredient of the tablet is levonorgestrel. It is usually harmless if used correctly, but can cause nausea, tiredness, or stomach cramps in certain cases.
To be effective, I-Pill tablet must be taken within 24 hours of intercourse. It should not be confused with an abortion-inducing medication.
What are the uses for I-Pills?
I-Pill is a safe option to prevent unintended pregnancy. It can be used in cases of unprotected sexual sex or contraceptive failure. Depending on your reproductive cycle, the emergency pill delays or postpones the ovulation process.
The tablet stops the egg from fertilizing with sperm if the ovary has already released it. It prevents pregnancy if fertilization is already occurring.
What side effects can I-Pill cause?
- Breakthrough bleeding, also known as spotting, is one of the most common side effects. This refers to vaginal bleeding that occurs during menstrual cycles.
- You may experience mild nausea when you first take the tablet. However, this usually goes away quickly.
- Birth control pills can cause or intensify migraines.
- Birth control tablets can cause irregular periods or even no periods for a time.
- Other side effects include fatigue, decreased libido, and changes in vaginal drainage.
1. How many I-Pills are recommended?
It is sufficient to take one tablet of I-Pill in 24 hours, 2 hours or less of unprotected sex. The tablet should be avoided by women under 25 and over 45 years old. Teenagers who take I-Pill could experience health problems. To avoid pregnancy, teens should use other contraceptive methods.
2. What is the working principle of I-Pill?
Levonorgestrel is the active ingredient in the I-Pill. It is a synthetic form of progesterone, a naturally occurring female sex hormone. Ovulation is the process by which a mature egg is released into the ovaries during a regular menstrual cycle. This is done by using oral emergency contraception to delay ovulation. I-Pill stops pregnancy by temporarily stopping the production of eggs, blocking fertilization, or preventing fertilized eggs from being implanted into the uterus.
3. When is it safe to take an I Pill?
For best results, take one I-Pill within 72 hours (three days) after contraception failure or unprotected sexual activity. You can take the I-Pill for up to five days if your doctor recommends it. The sooner you take it, the greater your chances of getting pregnant.
4. How to use I-Pills to prevent pregnancy
You may be able to avoid pregnancy if you have had an unprotected sexual activity or a contraception problem during intercourse. Consult a doctor if 72 hours have passed since the last time you took the I-Pill. The tablet might not work after this grace period.
5. Can I-Pill delay periods?
Yes. Yes. I-Pill can affect your menstrual cycle because it contains many hormones and chemicals that may alter your biological system. As a side effect, some women may experience mild bleeding while others may experience severe cramping.
6. How do I stop bleeding after taking the I-Pill
Usually, irregular or spotting stops after 3 to 4 months of taking contraceptive pills. To prevent spotting, you can take the pill daily at the same time. If the bleeding continues or the problem does not stop, consult your doctor.
7. Is I-Pill dangerous for the body?
An I-Pill can be taken safely if used only in an emergency situation to prevent pregnancy. You should not mistake it for an abortion-inducing drug. It should not be taken if there is unprotected sex or a failure to contraceptive.
8. Can a girl get pregnant even after taking an I-Pill?
I-Pill can reduce your chances of getting pregnant but it is not always effective. Yes, I-Pill can help you get pregnant. It all depends on your menstrual cycle and how long it has been since your last period. If your periods are delayed more than one week, it is advisable to have a pregnancy test.
9. Can one pill be enough to end the pregnancy?
One I-Pill can prevent pregnancy if it is taken within the grace period of 24 hours after unprotected sexual activity or contraception failure. Remember that I-Pill is only 50 – 100% effective. For further advice, contact your doctor if you have any questions.
10. Is I-Pill a weight-gainer?
Birth control I-Pill tablet can cause fluid retention and weight gain. Birth control tablets can also increase fat and muscle mass. Women may notice a reduction in weight while taking the pill.