“It’s important because of the right for an individual to choose when and if they want to start a family; the right to have a safe, fulfilling and consensual sexual life; and the right to medical care including sexual health care are fundamental human rights regardless of whether a person is cisgender, transgender, non-binary or intersex,” Kirrin says.
“If access to emergency contraceptive care is not made available to all people through our healthcare system, then those who are excluded will turn to other alternatives that can have seriously damaging and sometimes life-threatening consequences,” they continue.
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ellaOne® 30mg film-coated tablet contains ulipristal acetate and is indicated for emergency contraception within 120 hours (5 days) of unprotected sex or contraceptive failure. Always read the label.