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In what situations should I use Morning After Pill?

Use Morning After Pill in the following situations to help prevent an accidental pregnancy. - You had sex and were not using birth control - You missed your regular birth control and had unprotected sex - There was some other issue with the birth

How will my order be shipped?

Your order will be shipped in an unbranded, discreet package. No Cadence OTC brand name or description of contents will be printed on the outside of the package or on your credit card statement. We ship via DHL SmartMail, which is delivered by the Un

Do you offer refunds and returns on Morning After Pill?

Unfortunately, given the nature of our products, we cannot accept a return. If you no longer need it, please consider offering it to a friend who may need it. If something didn’t go as expected, please feel free to contact us. We are here to help.

Where can I buy Morning After Pill?

You can buy Morning After Pill at the Cadence OTC online store at LINK. We are also rolling out this product for sale in convenience stores. To check if it is available at a convenience store near you, please go to our store finder at LINK

Do I need a prescription for Morning After Pill?

You do not need a prescription to buy Morning After Pill; it is approved for sale without a prescription in every state in the US. This is often referred to as over-the-counter (OTC) sale.

Is there an age limit to buy Morning After Pill?

No. There is no age limit for purchase.

Are there any restrictions on buying Morning After Pill in any states?

No. There are no restrictions on over-the-counter sales of Morning After Pill in any states in the US.

Is Morning After Pill FSA or HSA eligible?

Morning After Pill is eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA), or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA).

What is the shelf life of Morning After Pill?

The shelf life is 24 months. The month and year of expiration is printed on the bottom of the carton and imprinted on the blister foil containing the tablet in the form MM/YYYY.

Is Morning After Pill the same as the abortion pill?

No. Morning After Pill helps prevent a pregnancy from starting. It is not the same as the abortion pill so it will not terminate or harm an existing pregnancy.

Can I continue to use my regular birth control after taking Morning After Pill?

Yes you can. It is safe to do so.

I heard that the morning after pill does not work as well in overweight people. Is there any truth to this?

Research shows that Morning After Pill may not work as well if you weigh over 165 lbs or have a body mass index (BMI) of >30. The most important factor is when you take it; the sooner you take it after unprotected sex, the more effective it will be.

Is there a weight limit for using Morning After Pill?

There is no weight limit for Morning After Pill. When you take it is the most important factor; the sooner you take it after unprotected sex, the more effective it will be.

Will taking Morning After Pill affect my ability to get pregnant later?

No. It will not. If you currently have periods every month, taking Morning After Pill will not affect your ability to get pregnant later. When you start your next cycle, you will ovulate again and that will bring a new opportunity to get pregnant. If

How effective is Morning After Pill?

If taken as directed, Morning After Pill can significantly decrease the chance that you will get pregnant. About 7 of every 8 women who would have gotten pregnant will not become pregnant.

How does the Morning After Pill prevent a pregnancy?

The hormone in the Morning After Pill delays the release of an egg (ovulation), so sperm cannot find the egg to fertilize it. When fertilization is avoided, a pregnancy is prevented. No egg. No fertilization. No pregnancy. If the egg was released

What is Morning After Pill?

Morning After Pill is an emergency contraceptive. It is a single pill containing a hormone called levonorgestrel. When a couple has sex without using any method of birth control, it is possible to become pregnant. Morning After Pill helps prevent a

What is emergency contraception?

Emergency contraception is a method of birth control used to help prevent a pregnancy after unprotected sex, or if a birth control method is used incorrectly or fails (e.g if you missed pills or the condom broke or slipped off). The most commonly

When should I not use Morning After Pill?

You should not use Morning After Pill: - If you are already pregnant because it will not work - For regular birth control as there are more effective methods you can use - If you have ever had an allergic reaction to levonorgestrel or any other

How soon after unprotected sex should I take the Morning After Pill?

If you want to try to prevent a pregnancy, you should take Morning After Pill within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected sex. The sooner you take it, the better it will work.

Do I need to take the Morning After Pill in the morning?

You don't have to wait until the next morning; you can take Morning After Pill at any time of day or night. You should take Morning After Pill within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected sex. The sooner you take it, the better it will work.

Should I take Morning After Pill with food or water?

Morning After Pill can be taken without food or water. Taking it with water will make it easier to swallow.

Are there any side effects?

Some people may experience side effects which are usually mild and of short duration. Side effects may include the following. - Menstrual changes (irregular bleeding) - Nausea - Lower stomach (abdominal) pains - Tiredness - Headache - Dizziness -

Tell me more about the menstrual changes, or irregular bleeding

After taking Morning After Pill, some women may experience temporary changes in their menstrual bleeding and that is normal. The bleeding may not look like your normal period or it may be only spotting. Your period may be heavier or lighter, or early

What should I do after taking Morning After Pill?

No further action is required. - If you wish to take an early pregnancy test, wait until 10 days after the day on which you had unprotected sex to do the test. You should use condoms when you have sex until your next period comes.

How can I be sure if Morning After Pill worked?

You will know Morning After Pill has worked when you get your next period, which should come at the expected time. Sometimes your period can be up to a week late. If you wish to find out earlier whether Morning After Pill has worked, you can do an

After taking Morning After Pill, how long do I have to wait to get my period?

You should expect your period to be on time. Your period may be delayed up to a week and still be normal. If your period is more than a week late, it is possible you might be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test and follow up with your healthcare

What if my period is late?

If your period is more than a week late, it's possible you might be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test and follow up with your healthcare professional.

Is there a limit to the number of times I can take the Morning After Pill in a month?

There is no limit to how often you can take Morning After Pill. If you are having sex often, consider other effective birth control methods. Learn more about birth control options at

Will Morning After Pill work if I am already pregnant?

No. Morning After Pill is not an abortion pill. If conception has already occurred, Morning After Pill will not trigger a miscarriage.

I'm already pregnant. Will Morning After Pill affect my pregnancy?

No. Morning After Pill will not stop or harm an existing pregnancy from developing normally.

I took Morning After Pill and I think I may be pregnant. What should I do?

Take a pregnancy test to confirm that you are pregnant and seek appropriate medical attention.

Can I take Morning After Pill before sex?

Morning After Pill should be used within 72 hours after unprotected sex. If you take it before unprotected sex, it may not help prevent a pregnancy. If you know you are about to have unprotected sex, consider using a condom instead of taking Morning

I'm breastfeeding. Can I still take Morning After Pill?

Yes. It is safe to take Morning After Pill if you are breastfeeding. Progestin-only pills such as Morning After Pill do not interfere with breast milk production. They also do not affect the growth and development of the infant you are breastfeeding.

I am taking another medication/other medications. Will my medication(s) affect how Morning After Pill works?

Some medications you are taking may reduce the effectiveness of Morning After Pill. These medicines include: - efavirenz (an HIV medication) - rifampin (a tuberculosis medicine) - medication for seizures (epilepsy) If you are taking one of these

Will Morning After Pill affect the actions of any of my other medications I am using?

Morning after Pill may have a transient (short term) effect on other medications you are taking. Read the labeling of all medications that you are using to find out if there is an interaction with progestin-only pills like Morning After Pill. You may

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I'm feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Is this normal?

It is normal to feel stressed and some people also feel overwhelmed by the fear of an accidental pregnancy. Speak to a health care provider if you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed.