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The Morning After Pill

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The Morning After Pill

Get emergency contraception if you’ve had unprotected sex and want to prevent pregnancy.

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Just like your local GP, we’re here to support you with expert, confidential advice and treatment but without the travel and waiting time. You can reach us whenever you need, wherever you are. With same-day collection in store, you’ll get fast, convenient access to the emergency contraception you need, if suitable for you.

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Morning after pills (emergency contraception) we offer

Emergency contraception — don’t delay

If you’ve had unprotected sex, something went wrong with your contraception or you forgot to take your regular pill, the morning after pill can reduce your risk of unplanned pregnancy. You should take it as soon as possible for it to be most effective, and within five days (three days for levonorgestrel).

If treatment is suitable for you, you can get it quickly and discreetly. There’s no need for a face-to-face discussion and same-day collection is available if you order before 1pm. Depending on your circumstances, it might be faster to get emergency contraception over-the-counter at your local pharmacy. The pharmacist will need to ask you some questions.

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Morning after pills (emergency contraception) we offer

Learn important information about the morning after pill

Get the facts about the morning after pill from Dr Samantha

What should I do if I’ve missed taking my regular pill?

Find out what to do if you’re late restarting your routine oral contraceptive pill, or you’ve missed taking it. The rules are different depending on if you’re using the combined pill or the progesterone-only pill (POP or mini pill).

Find out more

Page last reviewed by: Dr. Christina Hennessey 21/06/2021