Morning After Pill
Emergency contraception is contraception you can use after unprotected sex or a contraceptive failure to prevent a pregnancy. There are two different methods of contraception which are suitable for emergency contraception.
The most used emergency contraceptive is the “morning after pill”.
Though often called the morning after pill, it can actually be taken up to five days after unprotected sex, depending on which type of pill you take.
The sooner you take the morning after pill, the greater the chances of avoiding pregnancy.
To purchase this product you must complete the consultation to make sure it is safe and suitable for you.
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