Levonorgestrel Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings

Levonorgestrel is also known as: Fallback Solo, Mirena, My Way, Next Choice, Next Choice One Dose, Norplant System, Plan B, Plan B One-Step, Skyla

Levonorgestrel Pregnancy Warnings

Levonorgestrel has been assigned to pregnancy category X by the FDA. Animal studies have not been reported. The are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Levonorgestrel is considered contraindicated during pregnancy.

Levonorgestrel Breastfeeding Warnings

Levonorgestrel is excreted into human milk. However, no adverse effects have been found on breast-feeding performance, either in quality or quantity of the milk, or on the health, growth, or development of the infant. Levonorgestrel is considered compatible with breast-feeding by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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