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I-Pill Tablet belongs to the category of progestins. I-Pill Tablet is used as an emergency contraceptive. I-Pill Tablet medicine helps in preventing pregnancy if taken within 72 hours of an unprotected intercourse or failure of the usual method of contraception.
I-Pill Tablet is an emergency contraception pill that helps women avoid an unwanted pregnancy. I-Pill Tablet contains the hormone progestin, which helps stimulate the menstrual cycle. I-Pill Tablet can be used by women who suspect that their regular birth control has failed (for example, if the condom broke during intercourse). While I-Pill Tablet is an emergency contraceptive pill, it is also prescribed as a long term contraception too. When used as one, this pill is taken orally for a slow-release action. If you plan to take this pill for long-term use, you should speak to your doctor to ensure it is safe for you. In order to ensure you can correctly use it as an emergency contraception, you must take it within 72 hours of intercourse.
Strength =1.5 Mg
Manufacturer =Piramal Healthcare Limited
How To Take
Fill a plastic water or soda bottle with water.
Put I-Pill Tablet on your tongue and close your lips tightly around the bottle opening.
Take a drink, keeping contact between the bottle and your lips and using a sucking motion to swallow the water and pill.
Difficulty in breathing
Swelling of face, lips, eyelids, tongue, hands and feet
Severe abdominal pain
Heavy menstrual bleeding
Spotting or bleeding between periods
Nausea and Vomiting
Unusual tiredness and weakness
Breast pain and tenderness
Change in libido
Blood clot formation
There are a number of precautions that people should take into account when it comes to using the I-Pill Tablet:
As a hormonal contraceptive, it can affect the physical health of the individual consuming I-Pill Table medicine.
It is not meant for long-term use and may cause physical damage such as difficulty in conceiving in the foreseeable future.
They are not a preventive measure against STDs. I-Pill Tabletis not recommended for use in teenagers.
Those suffering from liver disease, arterial disease, a history of breast cancer, adenoma, and hepatic impairment should not use the I-Pill Tablet.
Females allergic to levonorgestrel must avoid the use of I-Pill Tablet.
It cannot be used as a regular birth control method, therefore must not be consumed very frequently.
I-Pill Tablet medicine will not be effective if the female is already pregnant.
This birth control pill should be avoided if a female already suffers from a tendency of tubal pregnancy.
I-Pill Tablet medicine must not be consumed by diabetic patients.
Patients with a history of unusual bleeding from the vagina must avoid the consumption of I-Pill Tablet.
I-Pill Table must not be administered if the patient has a history of breast cancer.
I-Pill Tablet must not be administered if the patient is suffering from heart-related ailments.
It must not be used by patients having bleeding or a clotting disorder.
I-Pill Tablet should not be administered by patients suffering from Porphyria (a genetic disorder of the blood and lymphatic system).
It should not be consumed by girls under the age of seventeen years.
I-Pill Tablet medicine should not be administered as a means to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
I-Pill Tablet should not be administered by the patients having liver problems.
It may interfere with the functioning of the thyroid gland and give false values in the tests pertaining to thyroid hormones. The patients must inform the doctor about the use of this tablet before undergoing a thyroid test.
Helps in avoiding unwanted pregnancy
Reduces or eliminates the changes of menopause
A mode of hormonal contraception