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Plan B

55

Contingency One

Generic version of Plan B which means it’s a bit less expensive.

45

Ella PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED

65

Emergency contraception is often covered by your insurance or HSA – buy it ahead of time and keep on hand, just in case.

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FAQ

EC can be used after unprotected sex to stop a pregnancy from occurring by preventing or delaying ovulation. If you’ve heard the terms ‘morning after pill’ or ‘plan b’, this is is emergency contraception. Having EC pills on hand, in your home for future use is recommended for those at risk of unwanted pregnancy. EC is only recommended as a backup, and should not be used as your primary method of birth control. Note that EC doesn’t prevent STDs or STIs.

EC can be used shortly after sex to stop a pregnancy from occurring by preventing or delaying ovulation, and is typically most effective when used within 3-5 days after unprotected sex, depending on which medication you use.

  • you didn’t use a condom or other birth control method when you had vaginal sex
  • you made a mistake with your regular birth control (forgot to take your birth control pills, change your patch or ring, or get your shot on time) and had vaginal sex
  • your condom broke or slipped off after ejaculation
  • your partner didn’t pull out in time
  • you were forced to have unprotected vaginal sex

Proactive birth control is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy, but that’s only if you take it as prescribed, at the same time everyday. But, the birth control pill, patch, or vaginal ring can’t be used as an emergency contraceptive. If there’s an issue with your regular birth control pill schedule or if you’re concerned about birth control failure, you can take the morning after pill for added protection. Jill Health offers emergency contraception so you have a backup plan on hand if you ever need it.

Yes! While Ella is less effective the higher above 195 lbs one is, it can still be used. Another option is getting a Copper IUD inserted and is effective for all weights. Chat with us if you have more questions.

After taking EC, your menstrual cycle can change temporarily. It may come early, late, and be lighter or heavier than normal. Having pregnancy tests on hand can give you the peace of mind you need to know you aren’t pregnant.

Absolutely not. Emergency Contraception prevents or delays ovulation, thereby preventing pregnancy. It is not the same as a medication abortion, which is used to terminate an existing early-stage pregnancy. If you’re unsure about whether you’re pregnant, or know that you’re pregnant and want to understand your options, chat with us. Just log into your myHealth account and head to the “Medical Chat” tab on the left of the screen. We’re here to help.

EC is more effective the sooner you take it after unprotected sex. For this reason, we recommend having EC on hand so you can take it immediately if and when you need it. By proactively keeping EC on hand, you’ll never find yourself in an emergency situation after unprotected sex. Most brands of EC have a 1-2 year shelf-life, but it’s important to check the expiration date on every box you keep on-hand.

If you have a drug plan that covers prescription drugs, your out-of-pocket fees may decrease significantly. Many Health Spending Accounts can also cover these costs. You will be provided with a receipt to use for your claims. For questions about using your insurance to pay, please mention that you have insurance when the pharmacy contacts you – a refund will be provided for the portion that covered by your plan if applicable.

You can also find out what your plans covers by contacting your insurer or emailing our pharmacy ahead of time.

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Sarah Bento-De Sousa 
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