This one comes down to personal preference. The GP is there if you need them, or if you specifically want to see them and have the morning after pill prescribed. Or you might want to pop into the pharmacy and speak to a pharmacist about getting emergency contraception and any questions you might have. Alternatively, we know that life can get busy, our schedules can fill up and, of course, we don’t plan for contraceptive failure or an accident. If your situation is time sensitive or you’d simply prefer it, you can buy morning after pills like ellaOne® online at ellaOne Direct, where we offer free next day delivery in discreet packaging.
It can be pretty scary out there trying to navigate the world of emergency contraception and dodge the myths we seem to hear so much of, so we hope that’s cleared a few things up for you and you’re feeling more comfortable and confident in your knowledge about hormonal emergency contraception.
If there’s a myth or question we’ve not answered here, check out our Ask Ella page. Should you notice something that we haven’t covered, you can get in touch using the hashtag #AskElla, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
ellaOne® 30mg film-coated tablet contains ulipristal acetate and is indicated for emergency contraception within 120 hours (5 days) of unprotected sexual intercourse or contraceptive failure.