Can i take postinor 2 at once?
Good morning doctors in the house,l and a 24 year old lady. I had an unprotected sex and I have really scared of getting pregnant because I won’t lie, it was not my safe period….So I decided to get postinor 2 to flush out the you know and prevent Pregnancy. The postinor 2 came in two tablets. Instructions on the leaflet says I should take one preferably immediately after the act and the last tablet 12 hours later.
Now I am scared that I might forget taking the other dose because of my busy schedule…
Doctors can I take the two postinor tablets are once. Will there be any side effects?
Good morning to you. I advise you to follow the instructions on the leaflet of the drugs and take it as written. That is, take one tablet at a go and the other postinor-2 tablet exactly 12 hours later. This is not negotiable….it is there for your safety…
What will happen if you take two postinor tablets at the same time?
Let me remind you of the common side effects of postinor 2 which include: delayed period, mild vaginal bleeding or spotting, breast tenderness, vomiting, abdominal cramps, allergies. These side effects becomes more pronounced and even doubles when you take postinor 2 together at once.
My candid advice from the standpoint of science is that you should take postinor2 one tablet at a time. First dose, then second dose 12 hours later. Don’t cut corners.
Let let me tell you about how postinor works:
1. Postinor2 is an emergency contraceptive that works primarily by preventing ovulation, but it can also affect the lining of the uterus, making it less likely for an embryo to implant. In some cases, the lining of the uterus may be altered enough to prevent implantation from occurring.
Postinor2 is an emergency contraceptive that works by preventing ovulation.
It does this by releasing synthetic hormones called levonegestrol into the body that interfere with the body’s natural hormone cycle.
2. Postinor2 can also cause changes to the lining of the uterus. These changes can make it more difficult for an embryo to implant itself in the uterus and can even prevent implantation altogether.
These changes to the uterine lining can be temporary or can take longer to reverse itself, depending on the amount of Postinor2 taken.
3. Postinor2 can also cause changes to the thickness of the cervical mucus, making it harder for sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it.
As a result of these changes to the uterus and cervical mucus, your chances of conception are significantly reduce.
Summary: don’t take postinor 2 at once, take one and one next to minimize side effects.
Bye for now.