Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception

Most methods of contraception are reliable and effective, but accidents do happen and contraception can fail. For women who have had unprotected sex or noticed a contraceptive failure, emergency contraception can be used in order to prevent pregnancy.

The morning after pill should not be used as a regular contraceptive but if you have forgotten to take your daily pill or a condom has broken during sex you may be worried about falling pregnant.

ellaOne
ellaOne is a morning-after pill, which should be taken as soon as possible after a risky event to protect against pregnancy.
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Many of the morning after pills currently on the market are just one tablet which is most effective when used in the 24 hours succeeding the sexual encounter, although they can usually be taken up to three or five days later.