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ELLAONE 30MG emergency contraception
Ellaone 30 mg tablet is an oral emergency contraceptive, which means it can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or failure of your method of contraception, such as:
If your condom, or your partner, tore, slipped or came off, or if you forgot to use one,
If you forget to take your pill on time (consult the manual that comes with your contraceptive pill pack).
Description ELLAONE 30MG emergency contraception
You can use Ellaone up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected intercourse on failure of a contraceptive method.
Ellaone acts by modifying the activity of progesterone is a natural hormone. Ellaone is thought to work by stopping your ovaries from releasing an egg. Ellaone is not effective in every case: of 100 women receiving Ellaone less than 5 days after unprotected sex, approximately 2 will become pregnant.
Ellaone can be used as a regular contraceptive method.
Directions for use of emergency contraceptive ELLAONE 30MG of
How to use Ellaone
Always exactly as your doctor, healthcare professional who follows you or pharmacist. If in doubt, ask your doctor, health professional who follows you or pharmacist.
Take one tablet by mouth as soon as possible and within 120 hours (5 days) after having unprotected sex or after failure of your contraception. Do not wait to take the tablet.
You can take Ellaone before, during or after a meal.
You can take Ellaone at any moment in your cycle.
If you vomit within 3 hours of taking an Ellaone tablet, you should consult your doctor or health care professional that follows you to take another tablet.
If you are pregnant after taking Ellaone, it is important to contact your doctor, health staff following you or pharmacist.
If you have questions about using this medicine, ask your doctor, health professional who follows you or pharmacist.
if you think there is a possibility that you are pregnant,
if you are allergic to ulipristal acetate or any of the other ingredients in this medicine.
Composition of ELLAONE 30MG emergency contraception
That contains EllaOne
The active substance is ulipristal acetate. One tablet contains 30 milligrams of ulipristal acetate.
The other ingredients are: lactose, povidone K30, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate.
Precaution of use
Warnings and Precautions:
Emergency contraception is a backup method for preventing pregnancy and should only be used occasionally. There is only limited information on the safety and efficacy of repeated use of Ellaone; It is therefore advised not to use Ellaone more than once in the necks of the same menstrual cycle. Your doctor or health care professional that follows you can inform you about the methods of contraception that may be appropriate in the long term) you.
Inform your doctor, health professional who follows you or pharmacist if you have liver disease. Using Ellaone is not recommended in patients with severe liver disease.
Inform your doctor, health professional who follows you or pharmacist if you have severe asthma.
After taking Ellaone, if you want to have sex, you should use a reliable barrier contraceptive method such as condom. Ellaone will not work if you have again unprotected sex.
After using Ellaone, if you want to start a hormonal method of contraception such as the pill immediately in the same cycle, you can do but you still continue to use a method of contraception like condoms reliable barrier to your rules following.
If you are currently taking hormonal contraception (such as birth control pills), you can continue the current wafer immediately after taking Ellaone but you should use a reliable barrier contraceptive method such as condom until your next period.
After taking Ellaone, most women have their periods on time, but some may have their rules earlier or later than expected. In all women, emergency contraception should be taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex. There are some signs that it seems ellaOne less effective with an increase in body weight or body mass index (BMI), but these data were limited and inconclusive. So EllaOne is always recommended for all women regardless of their weight or BMI.
It is recommended that you contact a healthcare professional if you are concerned about the problems associated with taking an emergency contraceptive. If your period is more than 7 days late, or if they are less or more abundant than usual, or if you experience symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting or breast pain or if you have slightest doubt that you may be pregnant, you should take a pregnancy test to ensure you are not pregnant.
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Our Pharmacy expert advice
If you are pregnant after taking Ellaone, it is important to contact your doctor. Your doctor may wish to check that your pregnancy is not ectopic (where the baby develops outside the uterus). This is particularly important if, after taking Ellaone, you experience severe abdominal pain or if you have bleeding or if you have had an ectopic pregnancy, surgery of the fallopian tubes or a genital infection in the long term (chronic) (pelvic inflammatory disease).
If you are worried about sexually transmitted diseases, know ellaOne will not protect you or an HIV infection (AIDS) or any other sexually transmitted disease (such as chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, hepatitis B and syphilis). Only condoms can protect you from these diseases. Consult your doctor or healthcare professional the following if you have concerns about this.
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ELLAONE 30 mg: tablet (white); box of 1.
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|Ulipristal acetate||30 mg|
It is used for emergency contraception, in particular in the following cases:
- forgetting or breaking a condom,
- delay in taking the usual contraceptive tablet beyond the acceptable time limit (see this time limit in your contraceptive pill form),
- loss of an IUD spontaneously expelled from the uterus,
- displacement or early withdrawal of a vaginal diaphragm or a contraceptive cape,
- doubt about the good practice of the method of interrupted coitus,
- error of date when using periodic abstinence method (temperature method),
- sexual relationship resulting from rape.
This medicinal product is for exceptional use and can not constitute a regular method of contraception. It does not have a preventive effect for subsequent intercourse and may disrupt current hormonal contraception. Local contraception (preservative, spermicide) should be used until the end of the current cycle.
This emergency contraception is not totally effective: a pregnancy can occur despite the treatment. In case of delayed periods of more than 7 days, a pregnancy test will show whether this delay is due to a progressive pregnancy or hormonal disruption.
In case of abdominal pain or abnormal bleeding around the expected date of menstruation, also perform a pregnancy test and consult your doctor if your test is positive. A diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy should be made by ultrasound.
Repeated use of this medication during the same cycle should be avoided.
Precautions are necessary in cases of severe asthma.
Due to its potential adverse effects, this medication may not be compatible with driving or handling dangerous machinery. Be sure to take the first few times that you are taking this medicine before you drive or use a machine.
enzyme inducer .
The use of this medication during pregnancy is contraindicated.
The punctual use of this medication does not contraindicate the continuation of the breast-feeding. It is recommended to breastfeed just before taking the medication and to avoid breastfeeding for the next 36 hours.
- Female over 18: take 1 tablet as soon as possible after unprotected intercourse, and at the latest within 5 days of the report.
This medication can be taken at any time during the cycle.
Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain.
Dizziness , headache, tiredness, mood disorders.
Pregnancy developing outside the uterus: during a normal pregnancy, the egg is fertilized in the fallopian tube by a spermatozoon; it should normally progress to the uterus where it is attached to the endometrium. In some cases, this progression is stopped and the egg develops in the proboscis, which is likely to rupture. This is an ectopic pregnancy diagnosed by ultrasound and requires surgery. The signs suggestive of ectopic pregnancy are lower abdominal pain and intermittent bleeding in a woman who has a positive pregnancy test.
The liver, a true chemical plant in the body, ensures the elimination or destruction of many drugs.
Some substances stimulate the hepatic enzymes that provide this elimination function. These substances are enzymatic inducers, and their consumption can reduce the blood concentration of drugs sensitive to their action, diminishing or even canceling their effect. An increase in the dosage of the drug often makes it possible to compensate for the effect of the joint use of an enzyme inducer, but the risk of inefficiency sometimes leads to discouragement of their association. This is the case for oral contraceptives ("pills"), which may lose their effectiveness if they are combined with the regular intake of an enzyme inducer.
The risk is mentioned in the section Drug Interactions when a drug is likely to be significantly modified by the use of an enzyme inducer.
The main enzymatic inducers are usually themselves medicines:
- anti-epileptic drugs (anticonvulsants): carbamazepine, phenobarbital, phenytoin, primidone;
- antituberculosis drug: rifabutin, rifampicin;
- antifungal: griseofulvin.
- St. John's wort, a plant contained in certain preparations;
- tobacco and alcohol.
Symptom that can mean an impression of loss of balance (common sense) or, more strictly, a sense of rotation on oneself or the environment (medical sense).
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