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If I used a morning after pill twice in one month can something happen to my body?

If I used a morning after pill twice in one month can something happen to my body?

Irregular period: Using morning after pill twice in a month makes it more likely to get an irregular period. Consider using a more effective form of birth control. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Emergency Contraception (Definition)

Emergency contraception is the method a woman can use to avoid getting pregnant, after she has received sperm in her vagina. She takes the hormone pills, which are usually larger doses of hormones used in oral birth control pills, within a short time (days) after her sexual activity, ...Read more


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Can I take the morning after pill twice in one month? What will be the side-effects if I use it 2.5 weeks later again?

Can I take the morning after pill twice in one month? What will be the side-effects if I use it 2.5 weeks later again?

No danger: There is no danger in taking Plan B again. You need a better long term plan though. Plan b only decreases the risk of an unplanned pregnancy. If you do not want to be pregnant please see a doctor to discuss long term birth control options. ...Read more

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I have taken the morning after pill twice in one month. First time plan B second time generic. Is it not going to be effective?

I have taken the morning after pill twice in one month. First time plan B second time generic. Is it not going to be effective?

Should be effective: I don't see a problem between the brand and generic, as long as they were taken as instructed within the 48-72 hour. May need to talk to your doctor about other forms of contraception. ...Read more

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Can I take Ella (ulipristal acetate) morning after pill twice in one month and can it have an effect on my body?

Can I take Ella (ulipristal acetate) morning after pill twice in one month and can it have an effect on my body?

You can: You can take two times in a month but for future it may be advisable to use a different method of contraception like BCP or Condom
You can get side effects like spotting, bleeing from the vagina
And morning after pill snot 100% effective 89% ...Read more

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If I used a morning after pill twice in one month can something happen to my body and what are my chances of getting pregnant?

If I used a morning after pill twice in one month can something happen to my body and what are my chances of getting pregnant?

Body will recover: Plan B is called "B" because it is a back-up emergency plan. One does not use Plan B as her Plan A. Instead, one must stop having sex until a good Plan A is in place. Now is the time to get Plan A in place... with the goal of never needing Plan B again. Plan B is not to be one's method of birth control. Plan B is an emergency back-up plan when Plan A fail. Can do a preg. Test 3 weeks after sex. ...Read more

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Would it be safe to take the morning after pill twice in one week?

Would it be safe to take the morning after pill twice in one week?

Yes: Certainly safer than pregnancy, but of course, there are side effects... Nausea, bloating, irregular periods. I would encourage you to talk with your pcp about a better form of birth control. ...Read more

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Just after one and half month of abortion, I take a morning after pill... Does it hurt uterus a lot? I am so worried

Not harmful: It's not harmful to the uterus to take a morning after pill even if there was an abortion performed 6 weeks ago. But it does sound like you need a better form of contraception. If you don't want to be pregnant, you'll need to prevent the risk in the future. ...Read more

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I started my pill a day late I took 2 the following day and one the next the same time I had unprotected sex I took morning after pill am I protected?

I started my pill a day late I took 2 the following day and one the next the same time I had unprotected sex I took morning after pill am I protected?

Probably: You should be protected from the morning after pill if it was taken promptly. The worst pill to miss (and the most common pill to miss) is the first pill in a new pack, because you have already been off 7 days during the placebo week. Being off more than 7 days can trigger ovulation. If you are on the type of pill that has only 4 placebo pills then it is not worrisome to miss the first pill. ...Read more

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Does the morning after pill make your next periods extremely light? I have had one very light 3 day period and my second is abnormally light as well.

Does the morning after pill make your next periods extremely light? I have had one very light 3 day period and my second is abnormally light as well.

It's possible: Emergency contraception use can alter the timing and
characteristics of the next couple of cycles. As long as pregnancy test is negative, keep calendar and see doctor if irregularity persists. ...Read more

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How soon does one have to take the morning after pill after intercourse?

How soon does one have to take the morning after pill after intercourse?

ASAP: The sooner the better, ideally immediately after intercourse, within72 hours is the recommended timing for the Plan B formulation; there are other forms of post-coital contraception that claim to be effective up until 5 days after coitus. ...Read more

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Can the morning after pill have a sustained effect on one's period?

Can the morning after pill have a sustained effect on one's period?

Yes: Potential se’s w emergency contraception: tender breasts; changes in menstrual flow (spotting, bleeding, early or late period or spotting instead of period); loose stools; dizziness; headache; nausea/ vomiting; abdominal discomfort or feeling tired. If you develop chest tightness, difficulty breathing, swelling of lips, mouth, throat – call 911. Notify your gyn if your period is 7 or > days late. ...Read more

Dr. Adam Levy
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Morning After Pill (Definition)

Emergency contraception is a method to prevent pregnancy in women who have had unprotected sex, or for whom a barrier method has failed (slipped condom, diaphragm, or cervical cap, or broken condom). Emergency contraception medicine is not the same ...Read more