A single accident in which a condom breaks or slips out during sex can lead to an unwanted pregnancy. Even if you are taking birth control pills, you should in some cases use some form of emergency contraception to avoid fertilization of the egg. A variety of emergency medications have become available in the past five years to help women of childbearing age better control their fertility. Ella contraceptive is a unique prescription pill that can prevent pregnancy for up to five days after an accidental mishap. If you act quickly, this medication can give you the peace of mind that nothing else can offer.
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This emergency contraceptive, produced by Ella Pharmaceuticals, does not cause an abortion or trigger menstruation. It works by delaying the release of the egg from the ovaries. Since sperm can survive for up to five days inside your body, Ella contraceptive ensures that the egg doesn’t travel into the fallopian tubes during that time frame. This prevents unexpected pregnancies without disrupting your body’s natural cycles. It is illegal to obtain this medication without a prescription, but KwikMed can handle this for you over the internet.
Ella Ulipristal Cetate
One major benefit offered by Ella Ulipristal Acetate is a longer time frame for action. Other emergency contraceptives must be taken within 48 hours to work. You can take the Ella contraceptive drug up to five days after unprotected sex or a birth control mistake. This gives you plenty of time to seek advice and to order Ella contraceptive from the licensed doctors at KwikMed and have it delivered to your home. There is some evidence that shows that Ella Ulipristal Acetate may also interfere with the egg attaching to the uterus. Ella is most effective when used before ovulation but still has a high rate of success in women that take it further on in their monthly cycle.