ellaOne

ellaOne

ellaOne is an emergency contraceptive pill to be taken if there is a risk of pregnancy due to contraceptive failure or unprotected sex.

It is effective within 120 hours from the intercourse, however the sooner it is taken; the higher is its prevention rate.

How does ellaOne emergency contraceptive pill prevent from pregnancy?

ellaOne is a medicine that contains ulipristal acetate, which acts as a selective progesterone receptor modulator. The mechanism of the emergency contraceptive pills is not fully known, however their effect is thought to result from the preventing ovulation and endometrium growth. In a regular menstrual cycle the maturing egg eases toward the surface of the ovary, and the increased production of progesterone stops other eggs from being released. Ulipristal acetate sends a signal that ovulation has already taken place, and therefore no egg is released to the ovary. Additionally, the synthetic hormone thickens the cervical mucus, which makes it harder for the sperm to get through the cervix in order to fertilize the egg.

As the implementation and fertilization process takes as long as five days, there is a high ellaOne pregnancy prevention rate.
Note that the rate decreases, however, with each passing day, therefore the pill should be taken as soon as possible to be effective.
According to the statistics only 2 women out of 100 got pregnant after using the ellaOne emergency contraceptive pill within the 5 days from having intercourse.

How do I take ellaOne emergency contraceptive pill?

EllaOne emergency contraceptive pill should be taken as soon as possible, no sooner than 120 hours from the unprotected sex. Should nausea occur, you may take another pill within three hours.
Remember that you should report all alarming symptoms to a doctor or pharmacist.

What are the adverse effects associated with ellaOne?

Taking such big amount of hormones in a single dose may have some adverse effects; however, they don’t necessarily need to occur. The following list presents some of the possible adverse effects of the EllaOne emergency contraceptive pill:
Very commonly reported side effects (likely to affect more than 1 in 10 people)

  • head-aches
  • stomach-aches
  • nausea

Frequently reported side effects

  • mood swings
  • dizziness
  • vomiting
  • menstrual pains
  • muscle, back and pelvic pains,
  • weariness,
  • breast tenderness

Not very frequent side effects:

  • irregular menstrual bleeding
  • premenstrual syndrome
  • vaginal discharge
  • sleeplessness
  • loss of libido
  • hot flashes

How can I order ellaOne emergency contraceptive pill online?

In order to purchase EllaOne emergency contraceptive pill from our site, first you need to fill in the order form, providing all the actual information. Based on the form our doctor will prescribe the EllaOne pill, unless he finds some medical contraindications to taking the pill. After placing an order it may turn out that the doctor would like to talk to you in order to make sure you’re certain of your decision.

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