Which pharmacies give free morning after pill?
Levonelle and ellaOne are both available free of charge. You can get them from most community pharmacies and also from your GP or sexual health clinic.
Can my husband buy the morning after pill?
Yes. The morning-after pill is also known as emergency contraception, emergency birth control, backup birth control, and by the brand names Plan B One-Step, ella, and Next Choice. Plan B One-Step and Next Choice are available from drugstores and health centers without a prescription for women and men 17 and older.
Is the morning after pill bad for you?
Is the morning after pill bad for you? The morning after pill can cause side effects but it is very rare for it to cause any serious health problems. However, it is not suitable for regular use and you should avoid using it on a regular basis.
What happens if a guy takes the morning after pill?
There is not enough of either hormone to throw a man's body out of balance with just a couple of pills. However, if a man took birth control pills on a regular basis over an extended period of time, his breasts might grow larger, his testicles might shrink, and his sex drive and amount of facial hair might decrease.
What happens after taking a morning after pill?
Some women who take the morning after pill for example experience abdominal pain after taking it. In some cases, the morning after pill also causes nausea, headache or tiredness. It is also not unusual for women who have recently taken it to experience spotting or bleeding.
What is the best morning after pill?
ella is the most effective type of morning-after pill. You can take ella up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, and 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.