Morning After Pill

Things to think about...


  • Emergency contraception is not effective if a woman is already pregnant.

  • Plan B One-Step® does not protect against HIV infection (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted diseases.

  • As with any medication, there are possible side effects that include nausea, abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, and menstrual changes.

  • Plan B One-Step® is not recommended for routine use as a contraceptive.


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Before Taking the Morning After Pill

If you’ve recently had unprotected sex, you may be afraid of an unwanted pregnancy. Before you take the morning after pill, be sure you understand what it is, how it works, and what will be taking place in your body. We can help you to sort through and understand this information. Tri Lakes Pregnancy Center provides free services to help you fully understand all of your options. Our client advocates are available to answer any questions you have and talk with you about your personal situation. Make an appointment to talk with us.


Be Informed

The morning after pill, sold over the counter as Plan B One Step® and Next Choice, is intended to be taken as soon as possible within the first 72 hours after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. But there are many factors to consider.

  • Does it work?

  • What are the risks?

  • How will it affect me?

  • What if I am already pregnant?

  • Am I at risk or an STD?

  • What if I've taken it before and need it again?


These are great questions to ask and Tri Lakes Pregnancy  Center offers real help and real answers. All our services are free and confidential. Make an appointment and talk to us.


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