Levonelle 1500 is an emergency contraceptive pill (morning-after pill) which helps to prevent pregnancy if your regular method of contraception has failed or if you have had unprotected sex. It contains 1.5mg of its active ingredient levonorgestrel, a synthethic hormone that works similar to other hormonal contraceptives by preventing ovulation. If used within 24 hours after unprotected sex, it has been recorded to be around 95% effective at preventing pregnancy.
After an egg is matured, it is usually released from the ovary during a woman's menstrual cycle waiting to be fertilised. Levonelle 1500 contains the synthetic version of progesterone, called levonorgestrel. Although no one is fully certain of how it works, it is suggested that it prevents the release of an egg from the ovary by tricking the body into thinking the process has already occurred. This means that no egg is present for the sperm to fertilise. Levonelle 1500 is also said to change the consistency of the womb lining, making it much more difficult for an egg to implant itself and grow.
Levonelle 1500, also known as the morning-after pill can help to prevent pregnancy up to 3 days (72 hours) after unprotected sexual intercourse. The sooner it is used after unprotected sex, the higher the chance of avoiding the possibility of pregnancy. If this emergency contraceptive pill is taken on the first day after unprotected sex, it is said to be up to 95% effective at preventing pregnancy. Taken 1-2 days later, this reduces the efficiency to 85%. Thus, even when taking on the 2nd day the chance, to prevent pregnancy is highly possible.
It is possible to buy Levonelle online if you are a woman over the age of 18 and you have had unprotected sex or had your usual form of contraception fail. It is essential that anyone looking to use this morning-after pill should fill out the medical form accurately to ensure safe prescription of the treatment.
The majority of women are able to buy Levonelle online, although there might be certain exceptions. This treatment may not be prescribed to women that:
Using this emergency contraceptive pill, will not 100% guarantee that you will not get pregnant but is very effective. If you do notice that your next period is lighter or shorter than usual, then you should contact your doctor immediately to rule out any possibilities of being pregnant.
The Levonelle 1500 morning-after pill should be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, the earlier the use, the more effective it will be at preventing pregnancy.
If you are unable to use this emergency contraceptive before the 72 hour mark, then you may need to find an alternative such as ellaOne, which works up to 120 hours.
Make sure before using Levonelle 1500, that the package is in good, sealed condition and also ensure you take a single tablet with enough water as soon as possible after the incident.
The chances of a side effect is very low when using Levonelle, but as with most prescription treatments, is still a possibility. These side effects include:
If you do vomit within 2 hours of taking the pill, you may need to take another dose- speak to your doctor if this occurs to confirmt the best course of action. Also please ensure that if your period is late, stronger or much less than usual, then you should consult your doctor as soon as possible. We also recommend that after three weeks of taking this emergency contraceptive to contact a doctor to ensure that there are no residual negative effects on the body. For full details of the side-effects of Levonelle 1500, please refer to the patient leaflet.
Placing an order for this morning-after pill online is a straightforward process. You can buy Levonelle online even if you do not hold a prescription and have no time to book or go to your local clinic. We provide a free and discreet online consultation, which our doctor assessed just to make sure you are medically safe to to used Levonelle 1500. Any information you provide to us will remain strictly confidential and your emergency contraceptive pill is dispatched in discreet packaging within 24 hours of order.
Due to the nature of the emergency, Levonelle may cause spotting or bleeding before your next period (also known as intermenstrual bleeding). It is like that your period may arrive earlier or later than usual and could either be lengthier or shorter than it normally is. If the period is delayed by more than 7 days then it is important that you visit your doctor to ensure you are not pregnant.
If you suffer from unusual bleeding or severe abdominal cramps after taking Levonelle morning-after pill, it may indicate an ectopic pregnancy, whereby the egg implants itself outside the womb, usually in the fallopian tube. No one knows exactly why this occurs, but any treatments that affect the hormones in the female body can increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy, although the condition is quite rare. It is essential that you visit your doctor immediately as the condition requires immediate medical intervention.
A common secondary effect of this emergency contraceptive pill is for your next period to start earlier or later than usual. Sometimes it can be a few days late or even longer. If your next period though is later than 7 days, then you should see a doctor or nurse to ensure that an ectopic pregnancy has not occurred.
It is not advised for you to use emergency contraception more than once of twice during each menstrual cycle. Although there is no problem doing so if it is the last resort, the side effects associated with it might re-occurent and more prevalent if it is used multiple times in one cycle. Also, its regular use may cause more irregular menstrual cycles, in this case it may be better to use a standard hormonal contraceptive such as Yasmin, Dianette or Microgynon 30 which should provide a more steady hormonal dose to the body.