KNOWING IS THE FIRST STEP IN SOLVING THE PREGNANCY AND PARENTING PUZZLE
Your health is important. Take the time to get all of the facts before you decide to use emergency contraception.
We will give you the information you need to make an informed decision. Schedule an appointment and meet with one of our peer counselors for all of the facts.
What is the Morning After Pill and when is it used?
Emergency Contraception (EC) can be taken in the form of one pill, called Plan B© One-Step, or as two pills taken 12 hours apart, called Next Choice©. Emergency Contraception contains large amounts of levonorgestrel, a hormone found in some birth control pills. Emergency contraception is used after contraceptive failure (e.g., a broken or slipped condom) or unprotected sex.
This information is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional and/or medical advice.
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