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    Preveen is offline New Member
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    Ipill taken exactly at 72nd hr would it be effective?

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    anylabtestwaco is offline New Member
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    Yes it will be effective.

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    The I-pill should be taken preferably within 24 hours and before 72 hours or else the pill may turn useless.

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    72h is the limit.
    Last edited by Anonymous; 04-10-2018 at 06:39 PM.

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    STUDY DESIGN:
    We conducted an observational study comparing 2 groups of women for whom the regimen of Yuzpe and Lancee was administered after unprotected sexual intercourse. One group (usual time frame treatment group) sought consultation within 72 hours (n = 131), and the other (extended time frame treatment group) after 72 to 120 hours (n = 169).
    RESULTS:
    The pregnancy rate was 0.8% for the <72-hour group and 1.8% for the 72- to 120-hour group. The effectiveness rate varied from 87% to 90% for the <72-hour group and from 72% to 87% for the 72- to 120-hour group. In both groups the chi(2) tests showed that emergency contraceptive pills significantly reduced the risk of pregnancy.
    CONCLUSIONS:
    Women should be encouraged to seek consultation as quickly as possible after unprotected sexual intercourse. However, if the usual time limit (<72 hours) has expired, the so-called "morning-after" pill should be recommended if an intrauterine contraceptive device is not available. Emergency contraceptive pills have a favorable success rate after 72 hours, with a pregnancy rate that is significantly lower than would be expected if no contraceptive were administered

    source:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11262449

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    Yes Ipill will take care of that...

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