Emergency Contraception

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Emergency contraception is a form of immediate birth control that is used after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. This form of contraception is commonly used for "oops" moments when your condom fails,  you didn't use a condom, you've missed a dose of birth control or you are not on birth control. Emergency contraception is not 100% effective, but is most potent the sooner you take it. It should be used within three to five days after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. 

What Are My Options?

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Your Options With Us

  • Higher dose of Combination Oral Contraceptives

  • Ella- ulipristal  acetate  (UPA)

Common Side Effects

Can Be Used 

  • 3 to 5 days after unprotected sex 

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NAUSEA

BREAST TENDERNESS

BLEEDING BETWEEN PERIODS

CHANGES IN WEIGHT

ABDOMINAL CRAMPING

Remember this fact: Emergency contraception is NOT the same as taking an abortion pill. Emergency contraception methods stops the ovulation process and does not abort an already existing pregnancy. To discuss your options, Book An Appointment Today.

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Schedule online. It's easy, fast and secure.

It Happens, Now Let's Explore Your Options

Emergency contraception is a form of immediate birth control that is used after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. This form of contraception is commonly used for "oops" moments when your condom fails,  you didn't use a condom, you've missed a dose of birth control or you are not on birth control. Emergency contraception is not 100% effective, but is most potent the sooner you take it. It should be used within three to five days after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. 

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A prescription for the most common methods of emergency contraception will be sent to a pharmacy near you.

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