The proper use of Plan B and explanation on how it works. Video is for informational purposes only please consult your local pharmacist or physician before engaging or taking any medication or medical advice of which you are not familiar. Please see a physician if you are or think you may be pregnant. Email: email@example.com visit Plan B's website at : https://www.planbonestep.com Pregnancy information : http://americanpregnancy.org PLanned Parenthood info: https://www.plannedparenthood.org DISCLAIMER: This video is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Always consult a doctor or other healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment of any medical conditions. The Fresh Pharmacist has and will always do his due diligence to bring you the most accurate and reasonable care in researching and presenting information but make no warranty as to its accuracy.
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The morning after pill has been in the news a lot over the last few days. But if you had unprotected sex would you know how to access emergency contraception? This short film from the University Hospitals Bristol Trust takes you through your options. #Sex #Contraception #EmergencyContraception #MorningAfterPill #ASAPScience #PlanB
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TWEET IT - http://clicktotweet.com/he8Re What happens when the condom breaks? Find out what's behind "Plan B" - otherwise known as emergency contraception. Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Created with the support of the Reproductive Health Technologies Project. TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Music by Mitchell Moffit http://www.mitchellmoffit.com http://www.twitter.com/mitchellmoffit http://www.facebook.com/mitchellmoffit Art by Gregory and Mitchell http://www.gregorybrownart.tumblr.com http://www.twitter.com/whalewatchmeplz Sources---- Contraception: 1) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10561657 2) http://www.fhi360.org/en/RH/Pubs/booksReports/methodaction.htm Emergency Contraception: 3) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3141844/ 4) http://www.contraceptionjournal.org/article/S0010-7824(01)00250-5/abstract 5) http://ec.princeton.edu/references/mechanism_of_action_contraception2006.pdf 6) http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/EC-Review.pdf Safety: 7) http://bixbycenter.ucsf.edu/publications/files/IsECSafe_2008.pdf 8) http://www.arhp.org/publications-and-resources/clinical-fact-sheets/mifepristone-ec
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Pill is an emergency contraceptive pill which is available as over the counter medicine in India. It is the most commonly used emergency contraceptive pill available for us. The effectiveness of the medicines lies in the fact that it has to be taken in the right time and in the right method, and hence the effectiveness is on the maximum. The pill should be taken within 72 hours to having unprotected intercourse. The sooner you take it, the more effective it will be. So don’t wait for the cut off period of 72 hours to have them. The pill can be taken at any part or any period of the cycle of the day. The pill should be taken with small amounts of water and preferably after food to avoid the side effects like nausea, vomiting, mild gastritis. If you vomit, in 2 hours of taking the pill, then it is more likely that the pill is emited out, and you will have to take another pill as soon as possible. At this point of time, t is advised to take the pill with the medication to prevent any further episodes of vomiting. The side effects of pill are very rare and very mild. You may experience, mild abdominal cramps, dizziness, headache, but all of them goes off at 24 to 48 hours of duration of taking the pill. Although he pill doesn’t have any long term side effect you getting pregnant in the future. It is not advisable to use the emergency contraceptive pill on a routine basis for your routine basis. So use the pill wisely and have the maximum results out of it.
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Ever found yourself in a -not so safe- situation? Don’t panic, because there are ways to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. If you’ve ever wondered what an ‘Emergency Contraceptive Pill’ is, or have any questions regarding it, this video is for you. Knowing when to take this pill, and how, is important to the health of yourself. Watch Dr. Roshini Sanghani take you through the most asked questions about the morning after pill.
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How morning after pill works? – 3D animation Mode of action of emergency contraception www.escapelle.com www.postinorpill.com REFERENCES: Croxatto HB, et al. Pituitary-ovarian function following the standard levonorgestrel emergency contraceptive dose or a single 0.75 mg dose given on the days preceding ovulation. Contraception 2004; 70(6):442–450. De Santis M, et al. Failure of the emergency contraceptive levonorgestrel and the risk of adverse effects in pregnancy and on fetal development: an observational cohort study. Fertil Steril 2005; 84:296 –299. Durand M, et al. On the mechanisms of action of short-term levonorgestrel administration in emergency contraception. Contraception 2001; 64(4):227–234. Hapangama D, et al. The effects of peri-ovulatory administration of levonorgestrel on the menstrual cycle. Contraception 2001; 63:123-129. ICEC: Emergency contraception and medical abortion. February 2013 http://www.cecinfo.org/custom-content/uploads/2014/01/ICEC_Medical-Abortion-Fact-Sheet_Feb-2013.pdf (accessed in August 2017) ICEC and FIGO. How do levonorgestrel-only emergency contraceptive pills (LNG ECPs) prevent pregnancy? (Statement on Mechanism of Action). March 2012 http://www.cecinfo.org/custom-content/uploads/2014/01/ICEC_MoA_Statement_3-28-12.pdf (accessed in August 2017) Lalitkumar PGL, et al. Mifepristone, but not levonorgestrel, inhibits human blastocyst attachment to an in vitro endometrial three-dimensional cell culture model. Human Reproduction 2007; 1-7. Marions L, et al. Emergency contraception with mifepristone and levonorgestrel: mechanism of action. Obstet Gynecol 2002; 100:65–71. Marions L, et al. Effect of emergency contraception with levonorgestrel or mifepristone on ovarian function. Contraception 2004; 69(5):373-377. Meng CX, et al. Effect of levonorgestrel and mifepristone on endometrial receptivity markers in a three-dimensional human endometrial cell culture model. Fertility and Sterility 2009; 91(1):256-264. Meng CX, et al. Effects of oral and vaginal administration of levonorgestrel emergency contraception on markers of endometrial receptivity. Hum Reprod 2010; 25(4):874-883. Müller LA, et al. Postcoital treatment with levonorgestrel does not disrupt postfertilization events in the rat. Contraception 2003; 67:415–419. Novikova N, et al. Effectiveness of levonorgestrel emergency contraception given before or after ovulation-a pilot study. Contraception 2007; 75(2):112-118. Okewole IA, et al. Effect of single administration of levonorgestrel on the menstrual cycle Contraception 2007; 75(5):372-377. Ortiz ME, et al. Post-coital administration of levonorgestrel does not interfere with post-fertilization events in the new world monkey Cebus apella. Hum Reprod 2004; 19(6):1352–1356. Palomino WA, et al. A single midcycle dose of levonorgestrel similar to emergency contraceptive does not alter the expression of the L-selectin ligand or molecular markers of endometrial receptivity Fertil Steril 2010; 94(5):n1589-94. Pitkin J, et al. Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2003, Elsevier Science Limited. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). The difference between the Morning-After Pill and the Abortion Pill https://www.plannedparenthood.org/files/3914/6012/8466/Difference_Between_the_Morning-After_Pill_and_the_Abortion_Pill.pdf?_ga=1.136880304.1649696582.1475150110 (accessed in August 2017) Senanayake P, et al. Atlas of Contraception. Second Edition, 2008, Informa UK Ltd. Tirelli A, et al. Levonorgestrel administration in emergency contraception: bleeding pattern and pituitary-ovarian function Contraception 2008; 77(5):328-332. Vargas MF, et al. Effect of single post-ovulatory administration of levonorgestrel on gene expression profile during the receptive period of the human endometrium. J Mol Endocrinol 2012; 48(1):25-36. Wilcox AJ, et al. The timing of the "fertile window" in the menstrual cycle: day specific estimates from a prospective study. BMJ 2000; 321: 1259–1262. Wilcox AJ, et al. Timing of sexual intercourse in relation to ovulation N Engl J Med 1995; 333:1517–1521. WHO: Fact Sheet on Emergency contraception, June 2017 http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs244/en/ (accessed in August 2017) Zhang L, et al. Pregnancy outcome after levonorgestrel-only emergency contraception failure: a prospective cohort study. Human Reproduction 2009; 24(7):1605-1611.
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An overview of how the emergency contraceptive pill works, safety and common side effects
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Had unprotected sex and took an emergency contraceptive/ morning after pill? If yes, your mind might be clouded with queries on its effectiveness and side effects such as vomiting & unexpected bleeding. In this short video, Dr Suman Rao (Obstetrician & Gynecologist) clears the misconceptions that youngsters have about these pills and brings forth the facts. If you have any queries, do leave your comments in the comment box below. For further information visit: https://www.1mg.com/otc/unwanted-72-tablet-otc191883 https://www.1mg.com/otc/i-pill-tablet-otc59283
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Emergency contraceptive pills are used to prevent pregnancy after intercourse.These contraceptive pills are required if you have any intercourse which is not protected or your condom is leaked or it was a forceful intercourse.These pills need to be taken with in 72 hours of unprotected intercourse.If taken 24 hours before they will prevent pregnancy up to 95%.If taken after 1 or two days effectiveness is up to 85%.It falls to 60% if taken later.These are not 100 % reliable there could be failure.These contraceptive pills work either by not allowing egg release from ovary or preventing released egg from fertilizing or If it is already fertilized it will prevent it from uterus accepting it.Side effects can be nausea ,bloating ,vomiting,Abnormal tenderness,irregular periods ,bleeding soon after taking pill etc.You have to use these as emergency when you have no choice.These have higher failure rate compare to other methods.Side effects will be there and periods will be effected seriously even with a single pill.
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You mentioned that you got pregnant even after taking an emergency contraception pill, and wanted to know what are the chances, and why didn't it work for you. And so, to start with, I think the most important thing to understand is that emergency contraception is definitely not 100% effective. Studies have shown that 2 out of every 100 women who take emergency contraception pills (even within the recommended timeframe) still end up getting pregnant. And so it's definitely not 100%. And it's different from all other forms of contraception in the sense that it's taken after intercourse. It's not something that you take before or think about prior to. Emergency contraception pills are a combination of hormones and medications that interrupt the process of ovulation, in other words, the release of an egg that can then be fertilized by sperm. And there are different types of emergency contraception. Some are made to even interrupt the process of implantation, so if ovulation and fertilization has already happened, then the medication makes it less likely that it will implant and that the pregnancy will continue. There are also side effects associated with these pills, and the symptoms are actually associated with pregnancy as well, so it leaves a lot of women wondering if they're pregnant. It can cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, breast tenderness, and abdominal pain. It can also disrupt a woman's cycle and make her irregular even though she wasn't pregnant. Keep in mind that emergency contraception should be used as a backup method of contraception only. If you're going to be sexually active on a regular basis, it's best to talk with your doctor and use a reliable form of contraception. And there's lots of different options out there. Your doctor can help you decide which one will be best for you. If you're using condoms, and you just started a certain type of birth control, and you're worried that you may have conceived (if the condom broke or something), then that's when emergency contraception should be used, but it shouldn't be your go-to form of contraception. So basically, if you think you may have conceived because there's a possibility that you had unprotected intercourse, even if you took an emergency contraception pill, you should take a home pregnancy test if the day comes when your period should have started and it didn't. That's the actual first sign of pregnancy. And if it's negative, repeat the test in about a week or so if you haven't started a regular period, and if you continue to get negative results, then you know you're not pregnant and you're probably having irregular cycles related to taking the emergency contraception pill. But if you go 3 months without a cycle, or you're having irregular bleeding or other symptoms that are unusual to you, talk with your doctor, and they can ask you more specific questions and decide if further investigation is warranted. If you have more questions for me in the future, feel free to ask them on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/IntermountainMoms, and recommend us to your friends and family too.
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16-year-old girl from the Portland area volunteers to see what obstacles she could face in buying the emergency contraception medication, Plan B. 16-year-old girl from the Portland area volunteers to see what obstacles she could face in buying the emergency contraception medication, Plan B. 16-year-old girl from the Portland area volunteers to see what obstacles she could face in buying the emergency contraception medication, Plan B. Undercover test: How easy is it for a teen to buy the 'morning-after pill?' Undercover test: How easy is it for a teen to buy the 'morning-after pill?' Undercover test: How easy is it for a teen to buy the 'morning-after pill?'
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A brief discussion of Plan B One Step, Next Choice One Dose, Next Choice, and generic levonorgestrel emergency contraceptive pills: how to use them, where to obtain, and dosing information.
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The emergency contraceptive pill is effective in preventing pregnancy in almost 95% of the cases. However no amount of the emergency contraceptive pill is fool proof. It does carry along with it its own drawbacks and possibility of having a pregnancy is still there. The pill is effective only if it is taken within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse. If it is taken beyond this, then the effectiveness of the pill decreases drastically. If you have any long term medications like epilepsy or any antibiotics like rifampicin or any medication to prevent the spread of HIV infections, these pills reacts with the I pill and cause in the decreased interaction of the drug. So if you take these medications, it is better to consult the doctor and go ahead with the drug. Remember that the drug gives protection only for one act of intercourse that has happen within 72 hours from your taking the pill. Any other subsequent acts should be covered with another new I –pill. So taking one I –pill is not going to give protection for any intercourse within that one month. Pill is not any abortion inducing agent. So if you are pregnant beyond the point of intercourse, then the pill is not going to cause abortion in an already existing pregnancy. So if you miss your cycle even after taking the pill, it is advised to get a pregnancy checkup done to make sure that there is no pregnancy that is being carried on.
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Our CEO, Dr. Sophia Yen (MIT ’93, UCSF ’97, Cal ’04), explains what is emergency contraception (EC) and when you should take it, from the copper IUD to Ella (Ulipristal acetate) to Levonorgestrel (Plan B and its generics). Learn more about how Pandia Health can provide you with FREE delivery of your birth control and an EC prescription from the comfort of your home along with FREE delivery at www.PandiaHealth.com #SkipTheTrip Like and share this video and subscribe to our channel! You can also post your questions in the comment section. Connect with Pandia Health! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pandiahealth/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pandiahealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pandiahealth Website: https://www.pandiahealth.com/ Blog: https://blog.pandiahealth.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/7943618/
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Emergency Contraception is a way to prevent pregnancy AFTER unprotected sex. Lots of people have questions about it: How does the morning after pill work? What does the morning after pill do? How does emergency contraception prevent pregnancy? What are the different types of emergency contraception? This video answers these questions and more. To learn more about the morning after pill/emergency contraception, visit https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/morning-after-pill-emergency-contraception Transcript: Accidents happen — maybe you mess up your birth control, or forget to use a condom. But since it can take several days for pregnancy to happen after sex, there’s still something you can do. Emergency contraception is a safe way to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex. It mainly works by stopping sperm from meeting with an egg. There are 2 options for emergency contraception: the copper IUD, or morning after pill. Getting a copper IUD inserted within 5 days of unprotected sex is the most effective type of emergency contraception. It works as well if you get it inserted on day 5 as it does on day 1. And — bonus! — it keeps giving you super effective pregnancy protection for up to 12 years, or until you have it removed. But sometimes it’s hard to get an appointment for an IUD on such short notice, so call your local Planned Parenthood health center or doctor as soon as possible. The morning-after pill is not the same thing as the abortion pill — it won’t end an existing pregnancy. There are 2 kinds of morning-after pills. ella is the most effective kind of morning-after pill. You can take ella up to 5 days after unprotected sex, and it works as well on day 5 as it does on day 1. You need a prescription from a Planned Parenthood health center or your doctor or to get ella. PlanB and other generic pills like it are the next best option for emergency contraception. They’re available without a prescription from most drug stores and pharmacies. You can be any gender, any age, and walk in and buy it without ID. You can take Plan B up to 5 days after unprotected sex, but the sooner you take it, the better it works. It’s most effective when taken within 3 days after unprotected sex. Morning-after pills really lower your chances of getting pregnant, but they don’t work as well as using regular birth control. So it’s best to find a regular method of birth control, and save the morning-after pill for emergencies. Sometimes insurance covers emergency contraception. If you’re worried about cost, Planned Parenthood can help.
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As the term emergency contraceptive itself means that it should be used only in case of an emergency. It should not be used as a regular contraceptive. Second, as understood, it is a hormonal pill. So all hormonal pills do have certain types of side effects, so one should restrict using them as far as possible and use them only in case of certain conditions. There are problems such as delayed periods, irregular periods, irregular bleeding and weight gain that can happen in a long term basis by taking overconsumption of emergency contraceptive pills.
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Crisis Contraception Possible Side Effects. About crisis contraception: Crisis contraception (EC) averts pregnancy. It doesn't end a pregnancy in case you're as of now pregnant, and it isn't 100% viable, either. In any case, the sooner after sex you utilize it, the more viable it will be. Crisis contraception can incorporate utilization of the copper intrauterine gadget (IUD) and blends of medicine oral contraceptives utilized under the bearing of your specialist. Notwithstanding, the slightest costly and most effectively open type of EC is the progestin-just EC pill. It's about $40– 50. Individuals of all ages can get it over-the-counter in many drug stores without an ID. It's regularly exceptionally safe to utilize, however it can accompany a couple of reactions. Conceivable symptoms: The EC pill, some of the time called a next day contraceptive, has not been found to have any long haul or genuine reactions. As a rule, ladies who take EC will encounter no confusions. Be that as it may, a few types of the EC pill will cause minor symptoms. Progestin-just EC pills incorporate Plan B One-Step, My Way, and Next Choice One Dose. They normally just purpose a couple of reactions. A large portion of these manifestations will resolve once the medication is out of your framework. The most widely recognized symptoms include: *nausea. *vomiting. *headache. *tiredness. *fatigue. *dizziness. Avoiding or diminishing reactions: In case you're stressed over symptoms or have a background marked by reactions from EC, chat with your drug specialist. They might have the capacity to guide you to over-the-counter (OTC) alternatives to help ease cerebral pain and queasiness. Some OTC queasiness meds may build tiredness and exhaustion, however. You might have the capacity to forestall exhaustion by resting and relaxing for a couple of days after you utilize EC. On the off chance that you wind up dazed or sickened in the wake of taking EC, rests. This will help avoid retching. In the event that you upchuck inside one hour of taking the solution, call your human services supplier or family arranging center to see whether you may need to take another dosage. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
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There is lots of debate about the so called "Morning After Pill" being released to teens without a prescription. Laci Green takes a look at the debate and breaks down the issues as only Laci can. Read More: How Does Plan B Work? http://www.livescience.com/29215-how-plan-b-works.html "The emergency contraception drug Plan B One-Step will be available for women as young as 15 without a prescription, the Food and Drug Administration said yesterday (April 30)." Hey, FDA: Drop the Plan B Age Restriction http://www.thenation.com/blog/174140/hey-fda-drop-plan-b-age-restriction "Yesterday, the FDA announced that it will make Plan B—also known as emergency contraception (EC) or the morning after pill—available over the counter to women older than 15 years old who can prove their age." Facts on Unintended Pregnancy in the United States http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/FB-Unintended-Pregnancy-US.html "Most American families want two children. To achieve this, the average woman spends about five years pregnant, postpartum or trying to become pregnant, and three decades—more than three-quarters of her reproductive life—trying to avoid an unintended pregnancy." Emergency contraception safety http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/ecsafe.html http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/ec-review.pdf The High Cost of Unintended Pregnancy http://www.brookings.edu/research/papers/2011/07/unintended-pregnancy-thomas-monea "The high incidence of unintended pregnancy imposes costs on American society that range from increased rates of crime and welfare participation to reduced levels of high-school completion and labor-force participation." ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More http://www.youtube.com/dnewschannel Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzWQYUVCpZqtN93H8RR44Qw?sub_confirmation=1 DNews Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews DNews Website http://discoverynews.com
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When accidents happen, emergency contraception—a.k.a. EC—can be your best friend. If the condom breaks, you forget your pills, or you get swept up in the heat of the moment, EC can effectively reduce your chance of pregnancy for up to 5 days after unprotected sex. EC. Safe. Simple. Effective. Learn more and find the method that’s right for you at StayTeen.org. ----------------------------------------------------- Check out our website: http://stayteen.org Find your method of birth control: http://stayteen.org/sex-ed/birth-control-explorer Ask us anything about sex, relationships, and birth control: http://stayteen.org/ask Look up where to get birth control near you: http://stayteen.org/health-centers/search Say hello to Stay Teen… INSTAGRAM: @stayteen_ TWITTER: twitter.com/stayteen FACEBOOK: facebook.com/stayteen
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Emergency contraceptive pill, name itself means that it is only used for emergency. So it’s not a regular pill which can be used every month here and there to avoid pregnancy, It is very rarely used in case of emergency to avoid a pregnancy. It has a success rate of 97 – 98 %. It doesn’t cause any infertility or future problems as such, but emergency contraceptive pills have known, the side effect is abnormal bleeding. So the bleeding can happen early, late, continue to bleed, next couple of periods may be irregular. These are some of the complications of emergency contraceptive pills, other than failure of the pill. Other than that it doesn’t cause infertility. Definitely, emergency means, only used for emergency and not regular use.
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What is Emergency Contraception? Emergency contraception is used after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. It is sometimes called EC or "the morning after pill." EC works best if you use it right away. It can be used for up to five days after sex. Use EC if: You think your birth control failed. You didn't use contraception. You were forced to have sex. There are some other options for emergency contraception. The Copper T IUD can be used as EC for up to 5 days after unprotected sex. Taking several birth control pills at one time may also work. Only certain brands of birth control pills can be taken in large doses as EC. Talk with a health care professional if you want to use birth control pills as EC. How effective is emergency contraception? The sooner you take EC, the better. EC can be taken up to five days (120 hours) after unprotected sex. How does emergency contraception work? The hormones in the pills may do several things to prevent pregnancy, including: Stopping your ovaries from releasing eggs. Causing cervical mucus to thicken. This blocks the opening to your uterus so sperm can't reach an egg. Making the lining of your uterus thin. This prevents an egg from attaching to the uterus. If you are already pregnant, EC will not work. If you do not get your period within a month of taking EC, you should take a pregnancy test. What are the benefits of using emergency contraception? EC is very safe. EC can prevent pregnancy after sex. It gives you a second chance to avoid pregnancy after an unprotected sexual experience or if you had a problem using your regular method of birth control. What are the downsides of using emergency contraception? EC does not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs). EC will not work if you are already pregnant. EC might make you feel dizzy, tired, or feel like throwing up. EC can cause stomach pain, sore breasts, irregular bleeding, or headaches. EC is less effective at preventing pregnancy than some other birth control methods. It should not be used as your regular form of birth control. It can cause irregular periods with frequent use. Where can I get emergency contraception? If you are 17 or older, you can get Plan B One-Step, Next Choice, or Levonorgestrel without a prescription from most drugstores. It is stocked behind the counter, so you will need to ask for it. You may be asked to show proof of your age (ID). Both women and men can purchase Plan B One-Step, Next Choice, or Levonorgestrel. If you are 16 or younger, you will need a prescription from a health care professional to get Plan B One-Step, Next Choice or Levonorgestrel. You then take the prescription to your drugstore to get it. Women of all ages need a prescription from a health care professional to get ella. It is always a good idea to keep EC on hand in case of an accident. If you already have EC, you can take it quickly after unprotected sex. For more information on emergency contraception, talk to your pharmacist or health care provider. Another great resource is www.not-2-late.com.
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Emergency contraceptive pill as the name suggests is to be taken only in emergency when the contraceptive measure that you normally use fails or you forget to use that contraception. Emergency contraceptive pill should not be taken every day or every week. It can be taken on maximum every 6 months or maximum in a year. One should take the emergency contraceptive pill as soon as one realises that they have forgotten the usual contraception preferably within 24 hours, maximum within 72 hours.
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Emergency contraceptives are widely used nowadays and the tie you will want to use is probably when there is a breakage or slippage of condoms while having intercourse, or it is a fertile time and you have had unprotected intercourse and you have missed taking your pills, 2 to 3 days in a row. In those cases, emergency pills can be used to avoid becoming pregnant. Emergency contraceptive is not 100% safe. It can lead to pregnancy in 10% cases. That means it works upto 90%.In many women experience a little bleeding after consumption of Emergency contraceptive pills, usually 3 to 5 days after taking the pill. So you need not worry. But when will you have your next periods, that is a little difficult to answer as you will have bleeding in the middle. So the next periods can happen on the expected date of your last cycle or it can be a month from when the bleeding has happened. So you will have to wait and watch and if you have missed your periods, still do a pregnancy test, just to see that you have not conceived by chance and if it is positive, then be in touch with the doctor. If it is negative then wait on for a week or two and the consult your gynecologist.
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The side effects of emergency contraceptive pills are very mild. These include nausea, a little amount of fatigue, abdominal pain and head ache. However they can also produce menstrual changes if used frequently and sometimes even used once. Alterations in the menstrual cycle are known.
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A discussion of reasons why emergency contraception may be needed, and additional options such as ella and the Copper IUD.
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View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-contraceptives-work-nwhunter Contraceptives are designed to prevent pregnancy in three basic ways: they either block sperm, disable sperm before they reach the uterus, or suppress ovulation. But is one strategy better than the other? And how does each one work? NWHunter describes the mechanics behind different kinds of contraceptives. Lesson by NWHunter, animation by Draško Ivezić.
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G'day guys, it's time for some real talk today Now I know we all have preferences in regards to our sex lives. We have totally different reasons for having sex, we like having sex with different kinds of people, in different ways - yada yada. And of course we all have varied methods of contraceptives that we can use if having a baby isn’t one of reasons for doing the horizontal samba, or is it mambo? And lucky for us sexually active humans – contraceptives come in lots of different options! We have our standards: male and female condoms (okay that last one I've never tried), diaphragms, IUDs, and the pill (my personal preference). Then there's a thing called Plan B, an over the counter EMERGENCY contraceptive pill. It prevents pregnancy when taken within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex or birth control failure, is one form of contraception that unlike the others, is not designed to be taken as a type of daily regimen. However, there has been a trend in women taking Plan B not as an emergency contraceptive, but as a normal part of having sex, just as you would use a condom. Like - “oh, I had unprotected sex again last night – time to go get plan b!” But the thing you need to know, is that taking emergency contraceptive may have some reprocussion that are not so great for you- heath wise. The risks and disadvantages are stuff that you should know before you take plan B. So for example According to studies from Princeton University, progestin-only emergency contraceptive pills such as Plan B can change the length of your monthly menstrual cycle, making your next period come as much as a week earlier or a week later than usual. Some who have taken the emergency contraceptive also find that the hormones in the pills can cause unexpected bleeding. In taking Plan B or other emergency oral contraceptives in lieu of other means of preventing pregnancy, you are constantly messing up your cycle, which also makes using other contraceptive forms more difficult. Not only that, but taking the emergency contraceptive results in a large increase of the manufactured hormone levonorgestrel, which prevents fertilization by thickening the cervical mucus and closing off the cervix. Excess amounts of levonorgestrel can result in documented side serious effects like: significant weight gain, depression, gall bladder disease, hypertension. Consider that in one birth control pill, there are .15 mg of levonorgestrel, whereas Plan B has 10 times that amount in one pill. Basically, you're taking massive doses of this hormone each time you use Plan B instead of a more standardized contraceptive. If you take Plan B once it's fine, twice it’s fine, but if you take it twice a week on a regular basis – it’s probably not fine. And then there is of course - the elephant in the room: Plan B does NOT protect you from STI’s. So, unless this is your long term partner, or someone who you both trust and have seen their recent STI test – taking Plan B with said person is risking your sexual health. So – to wrap up this difficult topic – Don’t use Plan B as an regular birth control contraceptive--use condoms, or if you don’t like the feeling - use other methods, like an IUD or the pill, and be aware that you are at risk of STIs, or sleep with one partner who you trust and who is tested. It’s nothing to be ashamed of that you have chosen to use Plan B - but if you find yourself doing this often - it's a sign that your current birth control method isn’t working for you. For example, if you find yourself taking Plan B because your plan A method of contraception like the pill is something you find to do everyday, then try a more permanent kind of contraception like the arm implant that stays in you for 3 years! Also, its a wonderful thing that we live in a time that you have so many options, so try something new! SOURCES: http://ec.princeton.edu/questions/ecmenses.html https://www.pop.org/the-dangers-of-the-morning-after-pill-3/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12650633 This video is presented by Jayde Lovell, Directed by Mizanur Rahman, Edited by Sarita Liu. Script was written by Wandy Ortiz at Youtube Space NY. SCIQ ON THE YOUNG TURKS Produced by Jayde Lovell and Bec Susan Gill. ScIQ is a partner of the The Young Turks Network. Follow SciQ on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ScIQ_TYT Support ScIQ on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sciQ Follow SciQ on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sciq.tyt?ref=hl Follow ScIQ on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sciq_tyt/ Follow ScIQ on Tumblr: http://sciqtyt.tumblr.com/ Follow Jayde on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaydelovell Follow Jayde on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jaydelovell CONTACT For enquiries – please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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