12 Sep 2009
I would not depend on an expired birth control pill to be an effective contraceptive.
Manufacturers do not guarantee the efficacy and/or quality of medicines past their expiry date. So you really don't know whether it will be effective or not.
- Levora Information for Consumers
- Levora Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Levora (detailed)
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... plus minus around 15 minutes or so in order for the drug to be effective
1 answer • 26 Dec 2009
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And I'm not using anything else with it to prevent pregnancy,and right now I'm not ready to have kids again I'm on my first pack
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