Regular Contraceptive Tablets–It is a safer way to prevent unwanted conception. The tablet contains levonorgestrel and ethnylestradiol that helps to restrain fertility. It is purely effective if taken in the proper way and time.
When, How and How Much?
Nowadays, there are several types of contraceptive tablets available in the market. A medical prescription is a must. So, before choosing the tablets that will suit your body needs the most, consult with your gynaecologist and then only start its intake. Consumption of tablet depends upon your menstrual cycle, like you might have 21-, 24-, or 28-day cycle. You can start taking tablets from the first day of your period. Take one tablet each day. If possible, take it at the same time of the day for best results. In case of a miss, do not overdose it. Otherwise, you might face side effects.
How it Works?
Contraceptive Tablet contains synthetic form of hormones named, progesterone and estrogen. These hormones affect the lining of the uterus and stop the eggs from developing. It also thickens the cervical mucus so that it becomes difficult for the sperms to enter and reach the uterus.
- Contraceptive pills are 92% effective. That means 92 women out of 100 will not get pregnant each year.
- It can be 99% effective if taken in a proper way at fixed time without any skip.
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