Ella a New Emergency Contraceptive
Did you know that sperm can live for as long as five days inside of a female’s body? Ella a new emergency contraceptive can help prevent unintended pregnancies by delaying ovulation, or the release of an egg from an ovary, for a full five days. This medication gives you a little extra time, because the other FDA approved emergency contraceptives must be taken within three days of unprotected sexual intercourse. Medical guidance and a prescription can be obtained from licensed doctors at KwikMed. Ella contraceptive FDA approved medication can be prescribed online.
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Ella Emergency Contraceptive Drug
Ella a new emergency contraceptive medication is a backup form of birth control that decreases your risks of becoming pregnant if your usual birth control method fails or you experience unprotected sexual intercourse. When taken as directed, Ella contraceptive drug helps prevent unintended pregnancies with just one pill. However, you should take the pill as soon as you can after unprotected sex to reduce your risk of pregnancy.
Ella New Contraceptive
Other options are available to women, thanks to Ella new contraceptive. However, Ella is not intended to replace your usual birth control method. Avoid using this medication more than once during the same menstrual cycle. Keep in mind that this prescription drug is intended to prevent pregnancies, not end existing pregnancies. Avoid taking Ella if you suspect you are already pregnant, as you could harm the fetus. Ella a new emergency contraceptive does not protect you against HIV infection or other sexually transmitted diseases.
Ella contraceptive EC contains ulipristal acetate, an ingredient that might cause mild side effects in some women. The most common side effects include tiredness, dizziness, abdominal discomfort, headache and nausea. Ella might increase your chances of ectopic pregnancy after taking a pill, so have your doctor examine you, should you start experiencing lower stomach pain after taking this medication. If your menstrual cycle is more than seven days late, take an over-the-counter pregnancy test as soon as possible.