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Emergency Contraception

The morning after pill is an effective one-time emergency contraception. Normally it just requires one pill to be taken after an incident has occurred.

When can it be taken?

The emergency pill can be taken up to 3-5 days after an incident where you believe pregnancy is a risk. If it is beyond 5 days then the pills can no longer be used.

How does it work?

The aim of the pill is to stop ovulation, stop fertilisation and stop implantation. Thus aiming to stop potential pregnancy at several stages.

How many times in a month can I use it?

Just once. Any more is not considered safe. If you need it more than once a month we would suggest considering longer term contraception.

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