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Pack of 1 1.5mg Levonelle oral tablet
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How is Levonelle taken?

Emergency contraception with Levonelle involves taking one single dose of the active ingredient. You will only take one tablet, which you should swallow whole with a drink of water. You do not need to take it with food but should take it as soon as possible. If you throw up within three hours of taking Levonelle, there is a chance that you body may not have absorbed the active ingredient yet. Please contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately, as you will need to take an additional dose. Please note, that you will have to use contraception next time you have sex. Levonelle will not protect you from pregnancy during future intercourse.

What does Levonelle contain?

Each Levonelle tablet contains 1.5mg of levonorgestrel, a synthetic version of a female sex hormone, which naturally occurs in the human body. One tablet is sufficient for preventing unwanted pregnancy after intercourse. Please do not exceed the standard dosage of one single tablet, unless your doctor has advised you to do so. The pill is white, small and round. In addition to the active substance, it also contains colloidal silica anhydrous, potato starch, maize starch, magnesium stearate (E572), lactose monohydrate and talc (E533b). Levonelle is produced by the pharmaceutical manufacturer Bayer.

Very common side effects of Levonelle

These affect more than 1 in 10 women:

  • Feeling sick
  • Tiredness
  • Headaches
  • Irregular bleeding - including that your period might occur earlier or later. Most women do have their period within 5 to 7 days of their normal time
Medically reviewed by:
Dr Clair Grainger

Dr Clair Grainger studied at The University of Edinburgh from 2004 to 2009. She's worked in hospitals throughout Edinburgh and London before completing her GP training in North Middlesex Hospital in 2017.

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Last reviewed: 11 Jun 2020

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