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Is I-pill safe to take ?

In the television there is colorful adverti on I pill, an emergency contraception pill. it is an hormonal pill, is it safe to use these hormonal pills indiscriminately. what if people stop using other methods and start using the i pill "every time", and what if the "every time" is more than once a day?
Mon, 12 Oct 2009
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  Anonymous's Response

Too much of anything is bad. that whats the wise people say. I Pill is emergency contraceprtive pill, to be taken if contraceptive precaution not taken. not like to use it as alternate precaution. if "every time" is more than once a day, i gues you should go for regular birth control pills or the shots.

  User's Response
I-pill should be taken once in a while, it should not be taken on regualr basis. It is a hormonal preparation at high dose. It may cause some period problem if you take it regularly
  User's Response
i took i pill last time, when i had sex with my fiancee, i didnt have any side effects. thanks to medical feild for creating a good tablets. it helps most of the teenage people, and to avoid un wanted pregnancy also.
  User's Response
it is just for emergency ..dont use it it may .cause harmonal imbalance...
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