Look, unexpected things happen, but as the saying goes, you’re better safe than sorry, especially when it comes to something as serious as a potential pregnancy. Thankfully, we got emergency contraception at the pharmacy that we could count on. Preventeza, from the makers of Vagisil, is the new morning -after pill on the market, an emergency contraceptive that reduces the chance of pregnancy after unprotected sex if a contraceptive failed or if you did not use birth control- better make some room on the shelves.
Having more options in the market can only be good for women. You might be wondering: so what are the ingredients in these pills? Levonorgestrel is one of the common ingredients in birth control pills, it can stop the release of an egg, stop the egg from being fertilized or stop a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus. This also suggests that levonorgestrel has no effect on pregnancy after ovulation has occurred.
This “Next Choice One Dose” also empower women to feel in control of the situation and of their bodies, to feel “prepared”, and “not panicked”.
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