Types of Emergency Contraception
Learn more about the Plan B, Ella, and all your pregnancy options.
THE MORNING AFTER PILL
The morning-after pill (commonly known as called Plan B One-Step®) is a form of emergency contraception. Emergency contraception is any type of birth control used after unprotected intercourse or a known or suspected contraceptive failure (i.e. a broken condom) to attempt to prevent pregnancy.
If you are already pregnant from an earlier sexual encounter, taking the morning-after pill is of no value and can cause unpleasant side effects.
The emergency contraceptive known as ella® is a type of birth control to be used within five days after unprotected intercourse or suspected contraceptive failure (e.g. a broken condom) to attempt to prevent pregnancy. It is available by prescription only, and your doctor should rule out pregnancy before prescribing ella®.
You can only become pregnant on certain days of the month — around the time that you ovulate. Taking ella® during a time when you cannot become pregnant needlessly exposes you to a new drug that has not been fully tested.
ELLA SHOULD NOT BE USED TO TERMINATE AN EXISTING PREGNANCY.
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Contact us to learn more. We can give you information on how it works, side-effects, and determine if you are pregnant before you take an emergency contraceptive.
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