Plan B One Step is an emergency contraception that contains a high dose of hormones and is used only in emergency situations. It is available in most Western countries (although sometimes under different names) and is dispensed from pharmacies without a prescription. Plan B One Step is not intended as a regular method of contraception and should only be used as an emergency contraception.
Find Plan B One Step within three days of unprotected sex. If you think your contraceptive might have failed you, you can take Plan B to protect yourself from unwanted pregnancy after intercourse. The sooner you take this product, the more effective it will be, so try to take it within 24-48 hours after intercourse.
Plan B Single-step tablets contain levonorgestrel, a female hormone that prevents ovulation (egg release from the ovary). Levonorgestrel also leads to changes in your cervical and uterine mucosa, which makes it difficult to achieve sperm in the uterus and complicates the fertilized egg to attach to the uterus. Plan B One-Step is used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or other forms of birth control (e.g. breaking a condom or missing two or more birth control pills). Plan B One-Step may also be used for other purposes not specified in this drug guide.
Plan B One-Step is not intended to be used as a routine form of birth control and should not be used in this way. Talk to your doctor about different forms of birth control. Do not use this product if you are already pregnant. Plan B One-Step will not end a pregnancy that has already begun (a fertilized egg is attached to the uterus). Before you use this medicine, tell your doctor if you are allergic to any medicine or if you have diabetes. You may not be able to use Plan B One Step, or you may need special tests during treatment. A levonorgestrel may be converted to breast milk and may harm your lactating baby. Do not use Plan B One-Step without telling your doctor if you are breast-feeding. Do not give Plan B One-Step to anyone under the age of 15. Seek medical attention.
Plan B A single-stage dosage consists of one tablet taken once. The second tablet or dose is not given. One-Step Plan B should be taken as soon as possible and not more than 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex or contraception. Call your doctor right away if you break up within 1 hour of taking your Plan B One Step. Do not take another dose until you talk to your doctor. You must be seen by your doctor within 3 weeks of taking Plan B One-Step. Your doctor must confirm that you are not pregnant and that the drug did not cause any harmful effects. If your period is 1 week late or longer after the expected date, you may be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test and see a doctor if you are pregnant. Plan B One-Step will not end a pregnancy that has already begun (a fertilized egg is attached to the uterus). Store plan B Single-stage at room temperature, away from moisture and heat.
Can Plan B Tablet be used for Hormonal Contraceptives and Avoid pregnancy when taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex?
Yes, hormonal contraception and avoid pregnancy within 72 hours of unprotected sex are the most popular uses of the Plan B Tablet. Please do not use Plan B Tablet for hormonal contraceptives and avoid pregnancy when taking it for 72 hours from unprotected sex without first consulting your doctor. Click here and review the survey results to find out how Plan B Tablet is being used by other users.
Is it safe to operate or operate heavy equipment when using this product?
If you experience drowsiness, dizziness, hypotension or headache when you take Plan B Tablet, you may want to give up driving a car and heavy industrial equipment. You should give up driving if you are drowsy, dizzy or hypotensive. Doctors recommend that you stop drinking alcohol with such medications as alcohol significantly increases side effects and drowsiness. Please check your body's response when taking Plan B Tablet. Be sure to consult your doctor for advice, taking into account your body's specific needs and general health.
Is the medicine (product) addictive or addictive?
Most drugs are not addictive or addictive. In most cases, the state classifies drugs that can cause addiction as controlled vacation drugs. For example, graph H or X in India and graph II-V in the USA. Please check the information on the package to make sure that the drug is not controlled. Also, do not self-treat or accustom your body to medications without consulting your doctor.
Can I stop using this product immediately or do I need to stop using it slowly?
Some medications need to be stopped gradually because of the effect of recovery. Be sure to contact your doctor for advice, taking into account your body condition, general health and other medications you are taking.