Unwanted 72 is an oral contraceptive manufactured by Mankind Pharmaceuticals Ltd. The active ingredient present in this medicine is Levonorgestrel which belongs to progestin category. It is used for a safe and effective way to prevent an unplanned pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse.
Unwanted 72 tablets delay ovulation and thus prevent the ovum from getting rid of the ovary for fertilization. The unwanted 72 prevents a fertilized egg from positioning itself in the uterus or completely inhibiting the process of sperm and egg fertilization.
It also prevents fertilization of the egg and reduces the secretion of hormones such as follicle stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone.
Uses of Unwanted 72
Unwanted 72 is an oral contraceptive drug and is used in the prevention of the following conditions
- Emergency contraception
- Long term contraception
- Unprotected sex
- Breakage or slipping of the condom.
Unwanted 72 Side Effects
Some of the common side effects are
- Severe abdominal pain
- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Hormonal imbalance
- Spotting or bleeding between periods
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Unusual tiredness and weakness
- Breast pain and tenderness
- Change in libido
Rare side effect are
- Difficulty in breathing
- Swelling of face, lips, eyelids, tongue, hands and feet
- Blood clot formation
Unwanted 72 is contraindicated in the following conditions
- Hepatic impairment
- Liver disease
- Undiagnosed vaginal bleeding
- Severe arterial disease
- History of breast cancer
Avoid Unwanted 72 if you are
- Allergic to Levonorgestrel.
- Already pregnant.
- Have a history of heart problems.
- Have suffered a stroke.
- Taking other health supplements.
- On medication for high blood pressure.
- Were diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Do not take it more than twice in a span of six months.
- It does not offer protection from sexually transmitted infections.
Unwanted 72 Pill can interact with the following drugs
This is not a complete list of drugs that interact with this medicine. Consult your doctor before using it with other medicine.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What Is Unwanted 72?
The chemical composition of unwanted 72 is Levonorgestrel which is a progestin. It can be used in emergency contraception and regular contraception after an unprotected sex.
2. What are the uses of Unwanted 72?
It is used as an emergency contraceptive. This medicine helps in preventing pregnancy if taken within 72 hours of an unprotected intercourse or failure of the usual method of contraception.
3. How To Use Unwanted 72?
Unwanted 72 should be taken between 12 and 72 hours after unprotected sex. The earlier you consume, the better the chances of avoiding pregnancy. Since it takes 72 hours for a pregnancy to occur after the fertilization of an egg in the uterus, Unwanted 72 can prevent the same from occurring when taken between 12 and 72 hours. You can ingest the pill by mouth with a glass of water, preferably with food first.
4. What is the dosage of the Unwanted 72?
A single 1.5 g tablet of Unwanted 72 should be taken with a glass of water, preferably after eating, within 12-72 hours of unprotected intercourse and at the latest.
As you can read in the name, the number “72” suggests that it is effective in preventing a pregnancy only if it was taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex.
5. Is Unwanted 72 cause painful periods?
A woman may experience more intense bleeding and pain than usual after consuming unwanted food 72 This is due to the effect of the artificial hormones in the drug that cause drug formation. an artificial wall in the womb. to avoid pregnancy.
6. Does unwanted 72 delay period?
Yes, this can result in a significant delay in menstruation, severe bleeding and / or spots between periods. Sometimes it can also cause early rules. And usually, strong bleeding can be associated with pain.
The period may arrive early or be delayed by the scheduled date. Bleeding after taking the pill is called withdrawal bleeding. Once bleeding has occurred, it is certain that pregnancy has been avoided.
7. When not to use unwanted 72?
It should not be used for abnormal vaginal bleeding and if you have allergies, a stroke, a history of breast cancer, porphyria, and blood clotting disorders.
8. What are the common side effects of Unwanted 72?
Some of the common side effects associated with the use of this medication are: heavy menstrual bleeding, severe abdominal pain, spotting or bleeding between periods, dizziness, changes in libido, nausea and vomiting, unusual tiredness, weakness, breast pain and sensitivity.
9. Does it protect against HIV / AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases?
An unwanted 72 offers no protection against HIV / AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms are the only way to protect against the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
10. Is it safe to take 72 unwanted tablets in pregnant women?
No, its use is not recommended if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant in the near future. This medicine should be taken only after exclusion of the risk of pregnancy.
11. Is it safe to take the unauthorized pill 72 safe for breastfeeding women?
Although Unwanted 72 has been shown to be safe and shows no adverse effects on a nursing woman or baby, it is always advisable to consult a doctor before taking the pill.
12. Should it be taken with, before or after eating?
Most doctors recommend taking this pill while eating meals. Although it is a general consultation, a doctor who knows the medical history of a patient should always be consulted before consuming the drug.
13. Can I Still Get Pregnant After Taking An Unwanted 72?
Yes, although rare, it is still possible for you to become pregnant even after taking Unwanted 72. You may have taken the pill too late and after fertilization, in which case this medicine cannot prevent pregnancy. If the pill is taken approximately 72 hours after unprotected intercourse, the chances of an ineffective increase. If the periods are late or you have common pregnancy symptoms, it is best to consult your doctor and decide what to do next.
14. Is Unwanted 72 safe with alcohol?
Avoid or minimize alcohol consumption while taking this drug.
15. Is Unwanted 72 a habit forming drug?
No tendency to habitual training has been reported.
16. What happens if you miss a dose of Unwanted 72?
The patient should take the missed dose as soon as possible and skip the dose if the time for the next dose is reached, as expected. It is not advisable to double the dose.
17. What happens if I overdose on Unwanted 72?
In case of overdose of the patient, the doctor must be consulted immediately and medical assistance should be provided as soon as possible.
18. What happens if you take 72 expired tablets expired?
The use of expired drugs is risky and can be harmful. When a drug expires, it may not be that potent. After the deadline, producers can no longer guarantee that the drug will not deteriorate. As a result, taking expired contraceptive pills can cause unwanted pregnancies.