The Emergency Contraception (EC) is commonly known as the “Morning After Pill“.
Emergency Contraception (often known as the 'Morning After Pill') greatly reduces the chance of pregnancy if taken shortly after unprotected sex, from 85-99% effective. There are many brands - so read the directions—some can be taken as late as 5 days after sex and some must be taken within the first 24 hours.
AWC is currently offering FREE EC at all our Clinics. Stop by and fill out a heart-message for those choosing abortion and get your FREE package of Preventeza - 1 tablet, taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex. Just in case…
The morning after pill will not prevent pregnancy for any unprotected sex you may have after taking the pills. It will not stop a pregnancy already implanted in your uterus.
You should have a normal period within 3 weeks. If you do not, you should return to our office for a pregnancy test.
Emergency contraception is SAFE — millions of people have used different kinds of emergency contraceptives for 30+ years. There have been no reports of serious complications.
Taking the Morning After Pill more than once won’t hurt you. It’s a good idea to select a birth control method that fits your lifestyle. Let's talk.