How do I know if the Morning After Pill is right for me?
If you had unprotected sex or are concerned that your contraceptive method was unsuccessful in some way, then you will benefit from taking the Morning After Pill. The Morning After Pill works to prevent a pregnancy in cases when conception fails or when no birth control is used at all. Put your mind at ease by using the Morning After Pill in cases where you're just not sure if your regular protection was adequate. Buy from our online pharmacy the Morning After Pill to keep on hand as emergency contraception.
How does the Morning After Pill work?
The Morning After Pill contains Levonorgestral (a progestogen) that works to prevent an unwanted pregnancy in three ways:
- First, it prevents ovulation from occurring. That means that even if you're not taking regular birth control pills to prevent ovulation, this one-time Plan B dosage will prevent your egg from being released from your ovary, thus preventing fertilization and pregnancy.
- If your ovary has already released an egg, then the Levonorgestral will work by preventing the sperm and egg from fertilizing.
- If fertilization has already occurred, then Plan B (the Morning After Pill) will work by preventing the fertilized egg from attaching itself on to the uterine lining.
Please note that the Morning After Pill is NOT an aborticide. It will not terminate a pregnancy in any way, only prevent one from actualizing.
What dose should I be taking? How do I administer the Morning After Pill?
Take one 15mg. dose of the Morning After Pill within 72 hours of engaging in unprotected intercourse. The sooner you take emergency contraceptives the more effective they'll be. If you take the pill within 24 of unprotected sex, you can expect 95% effectiveness. Within 25-48 hours that effectiveness drops to 85%, and within 49-72 hours after having unprotected sex, you can expect 58% effectiveness.
What possible side effects should I look out for?
Plan B side effects include nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, headache, and pain in the lower abdominal area. Many women compare the Morning After Pill side effects to strong menstrual side effects.
Can other medications I'm taking be mixed with the Morning After Pill?
Do not take the Morning After Pill or any other Plan B contraceptives if you are pregnant or nursing.
The Morning After Pill is a reliable emergency contraceptive to keep on hand to use when you worry you may get pregnant from unprotected sex. Plan B contraception will do wonders to put your mind at ease and reduce psychological symptoms associated with fear of an unwanted pregnancy. Buy the Morning After Pill from our website today and receive fast, discreet shipping!