Trust Daisy

Trust® Daisy (Levonorgestrel BP 1.5 mg)/ P2

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Trust® Daisy 1.5 mg also known as P2 is an emergency contraceptive for prevention of pregnancy following unprotected intercourse or if you were forced into having sex (rape) or after a known or suspected contraceptive failure such as: when a condom breaks, or you missed taking your regular contraceptive pills or injections or you did not abstain from sex during your fertile period.

Trust® Daisy 1.5 mg also known as P2 is an emergency contraceptive for prevention of pregnancy following unprotected intercourse or if you were forced into having sex (rape) or after a known or suspected contraceptive failure

Mechanism of action

Trust® Daisy mainly acts by preventing the release of an egg (ovulation) or by stopping the egg and sperm from meeting (fertilization), through altering tubal transport of sperm and egg. In additional, it may inhibit implantation by altering the endometrium but it is not effective once the process of implantation has begun.

Contraindications

Trust® Daisy is contraindicated for use in the case of known or suspected pregnancy or if you are hypersensitive to levonorgestrel

Dosage and administration

Take one tablet only of Trust Daisy orally to prevent pregnancy as soon as possible, not later than 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex, rape, or suspected contraceptive failure. The earlier you take Trust Daisy the more effective it will be. If you vomit within two hours of taking the tablet, you should repeat the dose. It can be used at any time during your menstrual cycle
What happens if you have unprotected intercourse more than once in 72 hours?
Emergency contraceptives like Trust Daisy prevent pregnancy by delaying ovulation and are most effective within the first 24 hours (1 day) of unprotected sex. As a result, if you have taken Trust Daisy and have unprotected sex again after 24 hours, you may be at risk of pregnancy because active sperm could be waiting in the Fallopian tubes when the egg is eventually released, therefore another dose of Trust® Daisy can be taken to ensure prevention of pregnancy.
Please note that even if multiple acts of unprotected sex occur in a day, Trust Daisy should not be taken more than once in 24 hours. Subsequently, it is recommended you begin a regular short or long term method of contraception the day after taking Trust Daisy and you should consult a healthcare professional for advice on choosing a method.

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What happens if you take Trust Daisy more than once in your cycle?

Repeat use of Trust Daisy or emergency contraceptives poses no known health risks, it is medically safe. You may have menstrual changes such as shorter/longer cycles and have a heavier/lighter period than normal. However it is recommended that you use a regular, ongoing method of contraception as it is the ‘most effective’ way to prevent pregnancy.
Side effects

Menstrual changes such as e.g. heavier or lighter bleeding, nausea lower abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, dizzness, breast tenderness, delay of menses
Precautions

Some women may experience spotting a few days after taking Trust Daisy but  this is not your period and menstrual period may occur earlier or later than expected by a few says. If your menses is delayed beyond one week of expected date, consider the possibility of pregnancy. Existing pregnancy, Trust Daisy is not effective in terminating an existing pregnancy. It is not an abortion tablet.

Ectopic pregnancy

A history of ectopic pregnency is not a contraindication to use of this emergency contraceptive method. If you develop sever lower abdominal pain or still become pregnant after taking the tablet, you may have ectopic pregnancy, and should seek immediate medical checkup.
STI/HIV Trust Daisy does not protect against HIV infection or other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Drug interactions
Drugs or herbal products that induce enzymes such as CYP3A4, may decrease the effectiveness of progestin-only emergency contraceptives such as Trust Daisy. Such drugs include: Barbiturates, carbamazepine, ciclosporin, griseofulvin, rifampicin, St John’s wort, Topiramate

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