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Emergency Contraceptive Pill

When an accident of birth occurs, people still tend to start panicking. Indeed, there is always a risk that the barrier contraception, for example condoms - can be torn, or you are caught by the intensity of the moment without thinking of taking the necessary precautions. To help you protect yourself against unwanted pregnancy and anticipate any risk of accident, you may order online both types of emergency contraceptive pills provided by MyHealthCareDoc. So you can keep your morning-after pill on hand if an accident of birth occurs between you and your partner.

MyHealthCareDoc only works with physicians and pharmacies registered. When you choose your pill for emergency contraception, we will ask you some brief medical questions online. This process allows our doctor to ensure that the medication you have ordered is perfect for you.

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HRA Pharma Manufactured by ellaOne
ellaone 30 mg tabletellaOne 30mg is an emergency contraceptive that can be taken until five days after unprotected sex or if your usual method of contraception has failed. In clinical trials, ellaOne has proven 98% effective in preventing pregnancy, as only two of 100 women who took the drug became pregnant.
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Bayer Pharmaceuticals Manufactured by Levonelle
Levonelle 1500 mg tabletsLevonelle is an emergency contraceptive pill that can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse. Its effectiveness has been proven to prevent 85% of unwanted pregnancy and works up to 3 days (72 hours) after unprotected intercourse or a contraceptive accident in your (forgotten the pill, condoms tear ...).
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What types of emergency contraceptive pill available?

With MyHealthCareDoc, patients have a choice between two pills the next day orally tested clinically. Levonelle, the emergency contraceptive pill most common, is effective up to 72 hours after intercourse. This morning after pill has proved effective in 95% during the first 24 hours. If taken between 25 and 48 hours after sex, it is effective in 85%, but its effectiveness drops to 58% in the third day.

The second emergency contraceptive pill ellaOne proposed a new emergency contraceptive that can warn you against pregnancy until 5 days after unprotected intercourse. Studies have shown that it recorded a success rate of 98%, that is to say that only 2 out of 100 women who took the morning after pill became pregnant. It has also been shown ellaone prevents more pregnancies than Norlevo in the first 72 hours.

Can I use an emergency contraceptive pill?

The emergency contraceptive pill should be taken as soon as possible after your had unprotected sex or if your usual method of contraception has failed. Norlevo ellaOne as suitable for women over 18. MyHealthCareDoc advises women to shop one morning after pill without waiting for the accident, as a precaution in case of need in the future. We do not recommend the purchase of emergency contraception on MyHealthCareDoc if you have an urgent need for this treatment after having had unprotected sex.

If you have a severe liver disease or if you use an herbal medicine containing St. John's wort, you probably will not be able to take a morning after pill.

How to take my emergency contraceptive pill?

Norlevo ellaOne and contain a compressed packet, which must be taken as soon as possible after unprotected intercourse. The morning after pill, which was previously included two commonly prescribed tablets to be taken 12 hours apart. Now, this single dose is considered more effective in preventing pregnancy. Just swallow the tablet with a glass of water.

What precautions should I take with the emergency contraceptive pill?

An emergency contraceptive pill can not be taken more than once during a menstrual cycle. If you go again with another unprotected sex during this period, you will not be able to use the emergency contraceptive pill to prevent pregnancy. It is advisable to use a barrier contraceptive even if you take a morning after pill, to ensure the best possible level of protection until your next menstrual cycle.

How do I know if my emergency contraceptive pill has worked?

You will know if the morning after pill worked if your next period came as usual. If your period does not arrive within 3 weeks of taking your pill for emergency contraception, then you should take a pregnancy test to be sure. You can do this test three weeks after the last time you had unprotected sex. If you try the pregnancy test before this date, this will lead to inaccurate results. Emergency contraception does not work if you are already pregnant.

How can I buy an emergency contraceptive pills online?

MyHealthCareDoc uses a highly reliable and secure service for patients who wish to order a Levonelle or ellaOne pill discreetly. At the time of your order, you have to do a short on-line consultation with our doctor. This replaces the conversation you would have had in the pharmacy or clinic to ask for emergency contraception. If our doctor thinks that Norlevo ellaOne is appropriate emergency contraceptive pill for you, the next day it will be shipped from our pharmacy for delivery.