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You need a prescription from a nurse or doctor to get ella emergency contraception, but you can get a fast medical consultation and prescription with next-day delivery online. ella is the most effective type of morning-after pill. You can take ella up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, and the Internet Direct Marketing it works just as well on day 5 as it does on day 1. If you’re taking EC because you made a mistake with your hormonal birth control, Plan B or the copper IUD are better options for you than ella. A pill with levonorgestrel. Brand names include: Plan B One Step, Next Choice One Dose, Take Action, My Way, AfterPill, and others. You at funerals surrounding selfies Controversies buy these morning-after pills over the counter without a prescription in most drugstores and pharmacies. 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So the copper in the ParaGard IUD makes it hard for sperm to swim well enough to get to your egg. The morning-after pill is NOT the same thing as the abortion pill (also called medication abortion or RU-486). The morning-after pill doesn’t cause an abortion. It won’t work if you’re already pregnant, and it won’t harm an existing pregnancy. Emergency contraception (including the IUD) is birth control, not abortion. It doesn’t end a pregnancy — it prevents one. Plan B One-Step usually costs about $40-$50. Other brands like Next Choice One Dose, Take Action, and My Way generally cost less — about $15-$45. You can also order a generic brand called AfterPill online for $20 + $5 shipping. (AfterPill can’t be shipped quick enough to use if you need a morning-after pill right now, but you can buy it and put it in your medicine cabinet in case you need it in the future.) Though there are many different brands of these kinds of morning-after pills, they all work the same way. ella usually costs about $50 or more at the RF receiver frequency Radio or drugstore. It costs $67 when you order it online (this price includes the medical consultation and shipping). ella is the only brand of this type of morning-after pill. Getting an IUD costs anywhere between $0-$1,000. That’s a pretty wide range, but the good news is that IUDs are free or low cost with many health insurance plans, Medicaid, and some other government programs. And even if an IUD costs a lot up front, they usually end up saving you money in the long run because they give you really effective birth control for up to 12 years. It depends. Your first period after taking emergency contraception can be earlier or later that you expect it. If you don’t get your period within 3 weeks of taking an emergency contraception pill like Plan B, Next Choice, or ella, take a pregnancy test. If you’re not pregnant, your menstrual cycle should return to normal the next month. Using emergency contraception often, however, can cause your periods to become irregular or unpredictable. Emergency contraception can lower your chances of getting pregnant if you take it within 5 days (120 hours) after unprotected vaginal sex. However, it works best when you take it as early as possible — the sooner, the better! Help us improve - how could this information be more helpful?

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