Today, in our article, we will examine whether the drug called ellaone can be seen in menstrual delay or early. Before moving on to this review, let’s get to know the drug called ellaone itself. Ellaone is an over-the-counter birth control pill in cases of unprotected intercourse without the use of a condom or in cases where the condom is punctured or ruptured. The drug should be used within 72 hours of such situations. The effect of the drug will decrease as the duration increases. The drug is disposable and taken orally in pill form. If you are pregnant, this medicine will not work, it should not be mixed with abortion medicine.
So, when you use the drug, will there be a change in your menstrual days? The drug may show side effects such as nausea, vomiting and light bleeding. These are not permanent, they are temporary symptoms. It may also show headaches and fatigue. When you use the drug, your period may be early or late. This is one of the side effects of the drug.