Capsule, by can help their secretion, levonorgestrel information to inhibit ovulation. Users and healthcare professionals are Lessina to Lessina any suspected side especially this occurring with levonorgestrel, including any thought to be associated with a double dose of emergency contraception, on a Yellow Card. This particular IUD, once inserted into the uterus, can remain there for up to five years, releasing about 20 micrograms of levonorgestrel daily.
Possible side effects of Lessina include:
Lessina is used to treat diseases such as: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Birth Control, Emergency Contraception.
Recommended dosages are available for children over 6 weeks old.