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Emergency contraception

  1. Emergency Contraception Methods: Finding What Works for You

    Emergency Contraception Methods: Finding What Works for You

    Women might need emergency contraception for various reasons. It is crucial when there's been unprotected sex, either by choice or in situations like a condom breaking. It's also necessary when a woman's regular birth control method fails, or if she misses taking her regular contraception pills.

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  2. When to Consider Emergency Contraception: A Guide for Women

    When to Consider Emergency Contraception: A Guide for Women

    When we talk about women’s health, the topic of emergency contraception is crucial yet often surrounded by myths and misconceptions. Understanding when and how to consider emergency contraception is essential for women to make informed decisions about their reproductive health.

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  3. Early Signs of Pregnancy: How to Recognise the Clues

    Early Signs of Pregnancy: How to Recognise the Clues

    In the rich and intricate canvas of existence, there exists a moment, delicate and enchanting, when a woman begins to suspect the possibility of new life within her. It's a magical interlude, where anticipation, excitement, and the gentle whispers of the body converge to compose a symphony heralding the advent of a beautiful journey.

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  4. Emergency Contraception vs. Regular Birth Control: Understanding the Differences and Uses

    Emergency Contraception vs. Regular Birth Control: Understanding the Differences and Uses

    There are times when emergency contraception (aka the morning after pill) is needed, even if you are already using birth control methods to prevent unplanned pregnancy. The morning after pill should be used exclusively to prevent pregnancy after you have had unprotected sex or had a mishap with your birth control pills or condom.

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  5. Emergency Contraception Service

    Emergency Contraception Service - Here's What to Expect

    We understand that unexpected situations in life can happen at any time, like unplanned pregnancy due to unprotected sex or birth control failure. Emergency contraception can be a good solution to prevent unwanted pregnancy.

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  6. Why is Emergency Contraception Service Important for Teenagers

    Why is Emergency Contraception Service Important for Teenagers?

    We understand that accidents happen. If your birth control method has failed or you had unprotected sex within the last 5 days, we can help. Pearl Chemist Group offers Emergency Contraception Service to anyone over the age of 16 in the UK. Commonly referred to as the ‘morning after pill,’ emergency contraception is up to 99% effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy. 

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  7. Emergency Contraception

    When is Emergency Contraception Most Effective?

    Emergency contraception is a preventive method used to hinder pregnancy after having unprotected sex or failing to use the right contraception. For instance, there were holes in the condom or you forgot to take the pill.

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  8. Emergency Contraception

    Why Emergency Contraception Was the Right Birth Control Choice for you?

    If you’ve had unprotected sexual intercourse, Emergency Contraception is an effective and safe way to prevent pregnancy.

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  9. How to prevent unwanted pregnancy?

    How to prevent unwanted pregnancy?

    Pregnancy is a concern for all women of child-bearing age who are having sex, with or without contraception. The only way to completely avoid pregnancy is to abstain from sex, as no contraceptive method on the market is 100% effective.

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  10. Emergency Contraception:  What it’s Like to Take the Morning After Pill?

    Emergency Contraception: What it’s Like to Take the Morning After Pill?

    Sometimes intimacy can lead to an unforeseen accident. This can be anything from failed contraception (broken condom), being swept away in the moment where contraception is not used, or not realizing that certain medications decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills.  In the event any of these occur, you could be risking an unwanted or unplanned pregnancy.  If this is the case, you do have a choice.  Emergency contraception such as an IUD and “The Morning After Pill”.  Pearl Chemist Group carries morning-after pills available for you to order online for delivery direct to your door.

    What Are My Emergency Contraception Options?
     1.  An IUD (intrauterine device) or coil
    2.  The emergency contraceptive pill (the morning after pill)

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