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Emergency Contraception - Just in Case

Emergency Contraception - Just in Case

Emergency contraception, also known as the morning after pill, is used when other methods of protection for one or more reasons have failed.

For those moments, we provide emergency contraceptive pills that reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancy by preventing ovulation.

For more information on birth control, please see Your Birth Control Choices for guidance.

To ensure emergency contraception is as accessible as possible in terms of price, our pharmacy offers Levonorgestrel, which is an Emergency Contraceptive and the generic version of Levonelle.

We also offer morning after pills provided by brands such as Levonelle and ellaOne. In terms of effectiveness, ellaOne has shown to be the more effective morning after pill.

What is Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill)?

What is Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill)?

Emergency contraception can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or if your alternative form of contraception has failed, such as missing your pill or the condom has broken or split.

There are two forms of emergency contraception; these are the emergency contraceptive pill (usually referred to as the morning after pill) and the IUD (intrauterine device, or coil).

For the pill form, there are two kinds; Levonelle, which is to be taken within 72 hours (three days) of unprotected sex, and ellaOne, which is to be taken within 120 days hours (five days) of unprotected sex.

Both pills work by preventing or delaying ovulation, this keeps the sperm and egg apart, keeping a pregnancy from starting.

The morning after pull is more effective the sooner you use it after sex, so although you have 3 - 5 days to take the pill, it would be better for you to take it as soon as possible if you need it.

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