If you are worried about an unplanned pregnancy because you have had unprotected sex* or because something went wrong with your regular contraception, you don't have to panic. You're certainly not the only one who does. Many other women have already been in the same situation and have used emergency contraception to prevent an unplanned pregnancy. There are several emergency contraceptives to choose from: you can take a morning-after pill or have an IUD inserted. Whichever option you choose, the sooner you take action, the less chance you have of having a pregnancy.
Our portfolio includes the morning-after pill of ellaOne and NorLevo. Both products are available without prescription at various drugstores.
A morning-after pill is not intended to replace regular contraception. Emergency contraception is a method intended to prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse or in the event of failure of the contraception.
* Keep in mind that by having sex without a barrier method (such as a condom) you run the risk of becoming infected with an STI. Make an appointment with your family doctor if you have any questions or if you are worried.
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