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Is okay to take morning after pill if it expired about a year ago? I'm on birth control but I missed two consecutive pills.

Discard expired pill. It is wiser to get rid of "morning after pills which expired about a year ago" and buy others. Be safe and continue taking your contraceptive pills more regularly and consider switching to a much more effective and "forgettable" method of preventing pregnancy like an IUD or a subdermal implant. Remember about male or female condoms too. Read more...

To cover myself, should I take the morning after pill? I'm on birth control and just took morning after pill 3 weeks ago?

To cover yourself? If you're not taking your birth control pill consistently, you would not be protected from pregnancy. In that case you might need plan b. Taking your oral contraceptive pills as prescribed will cover you sufficiently, if you're willing to do that. Read more...
Emergency Contracept. Agree with dr. Pappas. If you have been taking oral contraceptives consistently (every day) for at least one month - then you won't need an emergency contraceptive, . Read more...

Should I take the morning after pill if I'm already on birth control?

No . If you are using birth control already the "morning after pill" should not be needed. If you have not been using your birth control method properly, then the "morning after pill" may still be a good idea. Read more...

Can birth control work as a morning after pill? Help please?

Yes. Levonorgestrel is the same drug in the morning after pill. Ask your prescriber or pharmacist what drug is in your birth control. Or pay the 50$ and take both, that it okay too. Read more...
Yes. But not all are a good choice. See this chart to see which oral contraceptives can be used from emergency contraception and at what doses. http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/dose.html#dose. Read more...

Is it possible to use birth control as a morning after pill?

It depends. It depends. Certain birth control pills containing the correct hormones can be used in place of Plan B (the morning after pill). The difference in using regular birth control is the number of tablets you have to take, which varies depending on which birth control pill you have. Read more...
Yes. There are several protocols available that are effective and have been in use for years. Read more...

When after taking the morning after pill can I start birth control?

Birth control. In the old days b/c was started after your perod. But now you can start anytime. Consult with your ob/gyn. Read more...