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Posted by: Des | 2011/01/20

Help please Morning After pill - Norlevo

My first day of my last period was 1 January 2011 we had unprotected sex the evening of 14 January I took the morning after pill Norlevo (2 tablets) on the evening of 15 January that is about 22 hours later, could I have been ovulating on the 15 Jan and would Norlevo have stopped ovulation or the sperm from implanting?

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Norlevo woeks less well around the time of ovulation. It does not stop ovulation but can prevent implantation.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2011/01/24

Norlevo woeks less well around the time of ovulation. It does not stop ovulation but can prevent implantation.

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