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Suffering from mild diarrhoea and nauseas. Took pill, no relief. Will the pill be absorbed?

Was the emergency pill absorbed when i took it at 3pm since I had 2 cookies and swallowed it but shortly after this I felt a bit of nausea but this might have been caused by car sickness maybe but my main issue was that I got gas and semi solid stool when i went to the toilet the following day at 10 am. Was the pill absorbed? But on the third day I had mild diarrhea but still feel nausea and fatigue , does that mean the pill is in my system or do I need to take another
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Thank you for the query.
It will usually take 25 hours to get eliminated and dont worry the drug will show its effect if you think you are not sure you can go for plan B.The symptoms you have mentioned may be due to the side effects of that pill.Thank you.
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