Plan B

Plan B


Plan B is a hormonal treatment for birth control. It could be taken after the intercourse. The active ingredient is Levonorgestrel

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Product Description

Plan B is an emergency drug used after unprotected sexual intercourse. It might be as well called the morning after pill.

The active ingredient is Levonorgestrel.

Common use.

Levonorgestrel is contained in many birth control pills, however Plan B contains a higher dose for a better effect. It is recommended not to wait for the morning to take the pill. The ideal is to take it immediately after unprotected sex. If it is administered within 24 hours, the efficiency rises up to 95%. So, the sooner the better.

Administration and dosage.

One single pill should be taken, but only after you consult your doctor. The pill should be swallowed with a glass of water, the same way as for all the other medications.

Precautions and warnings.

This contraceptive method should be used only as an emergency one. It will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Other birth control methods are recommended: condoms, spermicide.

Additionally, you should be aware that these pills are not effective in obese people. If your BMI (body mass index) is higher than 26, then Levonorgestrel will not help you. You could use a copper IDU.


Plan B pills are contraindicated in the following cases:

  1. if you are or suspect to be pregnant
  2. hypersensitivity to Levonorgestrel or any other component
  3. you are obese
  4. you have vaginal bleeding of unkown origin
  5. you are under 16 years old

Side effects.

From the possible side effects we can mention:

  1. headache
  2. nausea and vomiting
  3. dizziness
  4. abdominal pain
  5. changes of menstruation’s length and intensity

Besides the upper mentioned side effects Plan B is characterized as a safe medication for the majority of women.

Drug interaction.

As always it is mandatory to inform your doctor about all the medications you are currently under or have stopped taking recently.

Missed dose.

If you did not manage to take a Plan B pill within the first hours after the sexual intercourse, you could use a copper IDU. It reduces to 0,1% the risks of getting pregnant if it is used in the next 5 days following the unprotected sex.


If by any chance you took more pills than recommended please seek medical care at once. The symptoms of an overdose might be nausea, headache and vomiting.