Morning After Pill (Levonelle 1500)
The Morning After pill (Levonelle 1500) is also known as the 'emergency contraceptive pill'. You should consider taking the emergency pill if you have had sex and not used any contraception or you have had sex but are worried that your ongoing contraception may not have worked properly. The emergency pill must be taken within three days (72 hours) of unprotected sex. The emergency pill is more effective the sooner you take it. Of the pregnancies that could be expected to occur if the emergency pill is not used, the emergency pill is thought to prevent 95% of pregnancies if taken within 24 hours, up to 85% if taken within 48 hours, and up to 58% if taken within 72 hours. There is insufficient data to know how effective the emergency pill is if taken after 72 hours. The emergency pill is less effective than ongoing contraception.
Visit Lloydspharmacy for online doctor consultations for emergency contraception.
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