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Emergency contraception: morning after pill and IUD ...

... Emergency contraception (morning after pill, IUD). Emergency ... infections. At a glance: facts about emergency contraception. ...

Emergency contraception - NHS Choices

... Emergency contraception. Emergency contraception (the pill or IUD) can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Contraception guide. ...

Where can I get emergency contraception (morning after pill)? ...

... Where can I get emergency contraception? It depends what type of emergency contraception you use. There are two methods: ...

How effective is emergency contraception? - Contraception ...

... How effective is emergency contraception? It depends which type of emergency contraception you use, and how soon you use it. ...

Contraception - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... method suits me? Where you can get contraception and emergency contraception. Contraception is free on the NHS. Find out ...

Emergency Contraception - Clinical trials - NHS Choices

Find a clinical trial for Emergency Contraception and sign up to take part. Get links to all you need to know about clinical trials and other useful resources ...

How do I use a condom? - Contraception guide - NHS ...

... Find emergency contraception services near you. You can find out more about: ... How effective is emergency contraception? ...

How effective is contraception - Contraception guide - NHS ...

... Emergency contraception. Emergency contraception (the pill or IUD) can be used to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. ...

Male condoms - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... If this happens, or if semen leaks into the vagina while using a condom, seek advice about emergency contraception from your GP or contraception ...

Vaginal ring - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... You may need emergency contraception if you had sex in the days before changing the rings over. Talk to your doctor or nurse. ...

Services offered by contraception (family planning) clinics ...

... contraceptive implant; limited supplies of free condoms; free emergency contraception; confidential advice about STIs; cervical ...

What if I'm on the pill and I'm sick or have diarrhoea? ...

... You may need to use extra contraception, such as condoms. You may also need emergency contraception. The advice depends on: ...

What should I do if I miss a progestogen-only pill? ...

... you don't need to use extra contraception; if you've had unprotected sex, you don't need emergency contraception. More ...

The contraceptive patch - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... If you had unprotected sex in the previous few days, you may need emergency contraception. See your GP, nurse or local ...

The progestogen-only pill - Contraception guide - NHS ...

... You do not need emergency contraception. If you are more than three or more than 12 hours late taking the pill. ... Emergency contraception. ...

What should I do if I miss a pill (combined pill)? ...

... sex in the previous seven days and you've missed two or more pills in the first week of a pack, you may also need emergency contraception. ...

What is the male pill?

Contraception guide. ...

Which method suits me? - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... If you want a response from an NHS professional or the website team, please contact us. Related articles. Emergency contraception. ...

Contraceptive diaphragm - Contraception guide - NHS ...

... If any of these things happen, or you have had sex without contraception, you may need to use emergency contraception. ...

The combined pill - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... You may need emergency contraception if you have had unprotected sex in the previous seven days and have missed two or more pills (you are ...

IUS (intrauterine system) or hormonal coil - Contraception ...

... If you've had sex recently, you may need to use emergency contraception. Your partner shouldn't be able to feel your IUS during sex. ...

Female condoms - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... condom fails. If a female condom slips or fails, you can use emergency contraception to help to prevent pregnancy. This ...

Contraceptive cap - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... If any of these things happen, or you have had sex without contraception, you may need to take emergency contraception. ...

Natural family planning: fertility awareness - Contraception ...

... treatments can disrupt your fertility signs. This includes oral emergency contraception. If you use the emergency contraceptive ...

IUD coil - Contraception guide - NHS Choices

... If you've had sex recently you may need to use emergency contraception. Your partner shouldn't be able to feel your IUD during sex. ...

Abortion - Map of Medicine - NHS Choices

Useful links. NHS Choices links. Abortion options; Emergency contraception; Emergency contraceptive pill; Find services: abortion clinics; ...

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