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If the emergency contraceptive or morning after pill doesn't prevent pregnancy?
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Dr. Brandye Wilson-manigat
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: See your doctor
Emergency contraception is an option to prevent unintended pregnancy.
It is available through a pharmacy, and doesn't require a prescription if you are over 18 years old. If you take this medication and a pregnancy is not prevented, you should see your healthcare provider. Ec doesn't harm a developing pregnancy, but you will want to discuss all of your options for the pregnancy.

In brief: See your doctor
Emergency contraception is an option to prevent unintended pregnancy.
It is available through a pharmacy, and doesn't require a prescription if you are over 18 years old. If you take this medication and a pregnancy is not prevented, you should see your healthcare provider. Ec doesn't harm a developing pregnancy, but you will want to discuss all of your options for the pregnancy.
Dr. Brandye Wilson-manigat
Dr. Brandye Wilson-manigat
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Dr. Marianna Post
Family Medicine
In brief: Morning after
Morning after pill doesn't prevent pregnancy 100%, you still have about 27% chance to get pregnant.

In brief: Morning after
Morning after pill doesn't prevent pregnancy 100%, you still have about 27% chance to get pregnant.
Dr. Marianna Post
Dr. Marianna Post
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