(as of Mar 11,2021 23:54:03 UTC – Details)
The Morning After (TM) pill contains levonorgestrel, a hormone used in many birth control pills. The Morning After (TM) pill works similar to monthly birth control pills however contains a higher dose of levonorgestrel. This active ingredient works to stop the release of an egg from the ovary, disrupt fertilization of an egg or egg attachment within to the uterus.
SAFE AND EFFECTIVE: Taken within 72 hours, the Morning After oral contraceptive pill reduces the chance of pregnancy. This pill contains the same hormone used in many brands of birth control pills for decades, just at a higher dose. The ingredients work to disrupt ovulation, the fertilization of an egg, and the implantation of a fertilized egg.
FOR BEST RESULTS: Used only as a backup method, the Morning After pill offers a safe, one dose option when used as directed. The sooner it is taken, the more effective the Morning After pill is. Read all instructions, warning and enclosed product leaflet in box before use. Some women may experience side effects, which may include: a period that is lighter, heavier, early, or late; nausea, abdominal pain or breast tenderness.
ONE TABLET, ONE STEP: Morning After pill is not meant to be used as regular birth control. It is not effective if already pregnant. In addition, emergency contraceptives do not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.