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What is Morning After Pill? Updated 10 months ago

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 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). Morning After Pill is taken by the person who can become pregnant to help prevent a pregnancy. Morning After Pill is a backup method of preventing pregnancy and should not be used as regular birth control.
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