Pregnancy Contraceptives Pill

 
About i-pill
 

Is i-pill safe to use?

i-pill has no long-term or serious side effects, and is safe to use for almost every woman.

Nausea, vomiting, lower abdominal pain, a feeling of breast tenderness and headache are some common side effects after taking i-pill. All this should stop within a day or two. There are chances of unexpected vaginal bleeding, but this is not dangerous and should clear up by the time of the next period. i-pill might also cause the next period to come early or later than normal. But if the periods are delayed by more than a week, it is recommended to go in for a pregnancy test. i-pill will have no lasting effect that may complicate future (and wanted) pregnancies.

i-pill is not recommended if you are allergic to levonorgestrel - the medicine used in i-pill.

 

 

 

i-pill Contraceptive Pill
i-pill is available without a prescription at all chemist outlets. i-pill is not an abortion pill.

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For more information call the i-pill helpline at 1800-22-9898 or 022-3200 0055
Important safety aspects: i-pill is neither a regular contraceptive nor an abortion pill. It is not a substitute for condoms and
does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS.