In other words, you're just hitting pause on your ovulation. If you're afraid to take any form of emergency contraception because your choice is not to terminate any pregnancy it's all about choice, folks , board-certified gynecologist, Dr. Or maybe you're using the pull-out method and your partner wasn't able to withdraw in time. You can do this by making sure that you have reliable birth control — plus a backup. It is important to note that the morning after pill does have some side effects that users can find uncomfortable, says Dr. If you use this birth control method, be careful: According to Planned Parenthood, it's only 78 percent effective , which means one in five people using this method will likely get pregnant. You have up to hours five days after unprotected sex to take Plan B, which will lower your chance of getting pregnancy by 78 to 89 percent — if your BMI is less than This article was originally published on Oct 26, Also, make sure you have plenty of condoms on you at all times and stashed near anywhere future sexy times may occur.
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