Home Health Answering Readers’ Questions about Preventeza™ Emergency Contraceptive Pill

Answering Readers’ Questions about Preventeza™ Emergency Contraceptive Pill

by Wasifa Ahmad Hasan

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Ever since I have posted my thoughts on Preventeza™ Emergency Contraceptive Pills on my previous article (you can read it here first), I have received many private messages about it.

I love the fact that Sifa’s Corner is not just another beauty blog. It has grown into a female lifestyle website. We can talk about female health, various aspects of our lives and inspire each other with our experiences.

Preventeza Emergency Contraceptive Pill Q&A

Which is why here I am today talking in details about Preventeza™ Emergency Contraceptive pill. I will be answering the questions I was asked anonymously in plain words here.

Maybe you ladies already know these facts but some of us are still in dark regarding their reproductive health and rights and I always encourage women to educate themselves. Read and know the facts ladies, know your options.

What is an emergency contraceptive pill?

Emergency contraception is used to prevent pregnancy for women who’ve had unprotected sex or whose birth control method has failed.

It’s not a primary method of birth control, it’s used in cases for, just as the name implies, emergency.

Preventeza Emergency Contraceptive Pill Q&A

How does it work?

An emergency contraceptive pill like Preventeza™ works mainly by stopping the release of an egg from the ovary. It is possible that this may also work by preventing fertilization of an egg (the uniting of sperm with the egg) or by preventing attachment (implantation) to the uterus (womb).

Preventeza Emergency Contraceptive Pill Q&A

When should I take it?

 

You have 72 hours (3 days) to try to prevent pregnancy after birth control failure or unprotected sex. The sooner you take it, the better it works.

Who can take Preventeza™?

 

Any woman who has unprotected sex, but it should not be used in the following conditions:

  • As a regular birth control method, because it’s not as effective as regular birth control.
  • If you are already pregnant, because it will not work.
  • If you are allergic to levonorgestrel or any other ingredients in Preventeza™.

Preventeza Emergency Contraceptive Pill Q&A

Just like any of my health-related post, I will ask you to check out the Vagisil® brand page for more info of the product here or talk to your doctor about it.

We are here not to judge, but to help each other. That’s why I would encourage you to check out their Buy One, Get One Or Give One Free offer. You can check it here online.

 

Preventeza™ Emergency Contraceptive Pill

 


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