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Plan B (Emergency Contraceptive Pill)

Now available over the counter to women, ECP can be used by women who are concerned about a possible pregnancy due to unprotected intercourse, a condom accident, or sexual assault.

The Emergency Contraceptive Pill (Plan B), commonly called the “Morning After Pill," is effective up to 72 hours after the unprotected intercourse incident.

Effectiveness of the ECP decreases the longer you wait to take it, so don't delay if interested.

For additional information on ECP, see this factsheet or visit the Not-2-Late website.

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