Emergency contraception can be used when, for example, a condom breaks, after a sexual assault, or any time when unprotected sexual intercourse occurs.
Plan B One-Step™ is the only emergency contraception that is just one pill. It can reduce the chance of pregnancy when taken as directed up to 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex (if your regular birth control method fails, or if you've had sex without birth control).
Contraception or birth control helps stop a woman from becoming pregnant in different ways, either by preventing ovulation, preventing implantation, or by preventing the sperm from fertilizing the egg.
There could be a link between birth control and a woman’s ability to secure and keep her selected partners. This link could lead to difficulty reproducing.
Women are postponing pregnancy and having fewer children because of the recession, but just when they need birth control most, many can't pay for it, a new survey finds.
There are many open questions about getting pregnant after birth control. Read here about 12 steps of what to do:
Getting pregnant after birth control such as the pill or the iud is as easy as just stopping and trying to get pregnant.
During a contraception visit the doctor will examine you, check for STDs and discuss risks and benefts of contraception.
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It is called post-pill amenorrhea when you did not get your period after you have stopped taking the pill.
How long after the pill should we wait before getting pregnant?