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There are two kinds of emergency contraceptive pill. Levonelle has to be taken within 72 hours three days of sex, and ellaOne has to be taken within hours five days of sex. Both pills work by preventing or delaying ovulation release of an egg. Emergency contraception is best taken as soon as possible to be effective. The IUD can be inserted into your uterus up to five days after unprotected sex, or up to five days after the earliest time you could have ovulated. It may stop an egg from being fertilised or implanting in your womb.
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Emergency contraception (morning after pill, IUD) - NHS
Emergency contraception is a way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Often called the morning-after pill, emergency contraceptive pills ECPs are pills that can be taken up to hours 5 days after having unprotected sex. Some types of emergency contraception work best when taken within 72 hours 3 days after intercourse. The IUD can sometimes be used as a form of emergency contraception. Emergency contraceptive pills work by delaying ovulation the release of an egg during the monthly cycle.
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Contraception after unprotected sex
When used for emergency contraception, the pill is about 75 percent effective in preventing pregnancy, while daily use of the pill is typically 97 percent effect. Unpleasant side effects may occur, including nausea, experts say in the current issue of Network, Family Health International's quarterly health bulletin. However, using oral contraceptives in this way is safe for any woman, including women with health conditions that might prevent them from using the pill on a regular basis. Combined oral contraceptives must be taken in higher doses multiple pills within 72 hours after unprotected intercourse, and repeated 12 hours later. For progestin-only pills, which do not contain estrogen, the initial dose should be taken within 48 hours of exposure and repeated in 12 hours.
The emergency contraceptive pill ECP is a pill that is taken after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. The ECP is approved to be taken up to 72 hours after sex three days. However for most people it is still effective up to four days after sex.