If you’ve had unprotected sex, or your usual method of contraception has failed, you might be worried about becoming pregnant. One of the options available to you may be the morning after pill, which works by preventing or delaying ovulation.
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.
The morning after pill is intended for emergency use and shouldn’t be used on a regular basis.
The emergency hormonal contraceptives available at our pharmacies for women who’ve had unprotected sex within the last five days. Simply pop into your nearest pharmacy as soon as possible to have a friendly, reassuring and confidential chat with one of our pharmacists or send an enquiry using the form below. Our Professional pharmacists will be able to advise you on your emergency contraceptive options, as well as offer any help or support you may need.
For general information about the emergency contraceptive pill visit Where can I get emergency contraception? – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
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