Are two birth controls the equivalence of the morning after pill?

No. Hormone amounts are different than in birth control packs. And if you take two from your daily pack, you will have to skip a day (later), increasing chances of pregnancy then. "plan b" had two pills, but other morning after options do not.
That depends on the. oral contraceptive . Check reference chart to see which oral contraceptives can be used for emergency contraception and at what doses. http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/dose.html#dose.

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If I am two weeks into birth control and have had unprotected sex, should I take the morning after pill? What would it do for me?

Wouldn't hurt. It depends when you started your birth control pills. If you started birth control for the 1st time ever 2 weeks ago and you started the 3-5th day of your period, then you probably don't need to use the morning after. If you have been on the pill for many cycles, then definitely no need otherwise, it wouldn't hurt to take the morning after pill. Actually it never hurts. It might just be overkill. Read more...

Stopped birth control, had unprotected sex, took the morning after pill right away, started birth control again, had sex two weeks later, am I safe?

Likely. It is likely that you did not get pregnant. However, if you miss your period by more than 5-7 days, do a home pregnancy test and if it negative redo the test in 3-4 days unless you get your period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. Read more...

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...

Can the morning after pill be taken while you are on birth controls?

Thanks for asking! There should be no need for the morning after pill while you are on birth control, if you are compliant and use the method correctly. If you take the pill for example and forgot it for 2 days then it is probably ok to use morning after pill, but i would suggest you talk to your doc about a different method that works for you and you can follow. 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...

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...