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If a virgin girl take emergency contraceptive pill then what will happen??

Why? An obvious question to consider is why would a virgin girl take a pill to avoid pregnancy? The pill is hormones that may upset the stomach for a short period of time and can affect the menstrual cycle that month.
She could experience. Unnecessary side effects. Potential side effects with emergency contraception include: menstrual flow changes (spotting, bleeding, early or late period), nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, headache, breast tenderness & abdominal pain or cramps.

Breastfeeding my 1 yr old baby. Is it safe to use emergency contraceptive pill? If so suggest me pls.

Caution advised. No information to say for sure is it safe or unsafe while breastfeeding, at any rate it's only one dose, stays in your system maximum 48 hours, you can pump and discard during that period and feed your child formula, for maximum safety.

Is it normal to have emergency contraceptive pill side effects?

May be. 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.

How does the progesterone only emergency contraceptive pill actually work?

Acts on endometrium. It s doing 2 things: thickens the cervical mucus preventing sperm from crossing through cervix and thinns out the endometrium preventing fertilized egg implantantion in the endometrium.

What are advantages of using the combined contraceptive pill over emergency contraception?

Pros & Cons in Each. Difficult to ask this question within this limited answer space. Combined Contraceptive Pills have both the Oestrogen and Progesterone components, while the emergency contraception has Progesterone only. There are indications to use, to suite patient conditions, so using one type does not necessary means that it is safe to use the other one. Your doctor can decide what is the best option for you.
It works better. Emergency contraception is for emergencies. It can only be used once a month effectively. It also isn't as effective as a regular pill at preventing pregnancy. It shouldn't be used for contraception. Best wishes!

Is it necessary for me to take emergency contraceptive pill if I had unprotecte sex but I'm on bc?

If you have taken. Your oral contraceptives consistently (every day) and have been on them for at least a month- normally that provides good (never 100%) protection against pregnancy.