Emergency Contraceptives (Morning After Pill)
Did you have unprotected sex last night? Did the condom break? Scared you might get pregnant? Do you know for sure that you weren’t already pregnant before last night?
Before taking an emergency contraceptive take time to understand all the facts.
“The FDA recommends that women speak with their health care professionals about emergency contraception in advance of needing it, and understand the importance of using these products as intended and as labeled.”
Is the Morning After Pill 100% effective?
No method is 100% effective. 1 out of 8 women who take the morning after pill are likely to become pregnant. The morning after pill is not as effective as some other types of Birth Control.
What are some common side effects from the Morning After Pill?
- Nausea and vomiting
- Menstrual Cramps
Can I take more than 1 morning after pill to be sure I don’t get pregnant?
You should only take the morning after pill as intended. This is a recommendation of the FDA along with talking with your healthcare provider to understand all the facts.
There are different types of abortion procedures based on your current stage of pregnancy. To confirm your pregnancy and viability of it, schedule an appointment.