Emergency Contraception – Birth Control Method - Bedsider

https://www.bedsider.org/methods/emergency_contraception Emergency Contraception (EC) can stop a pregnancy before it starts. (That means the EC pills are _not_ the same as the abortion pill.) There are four types of EC to choose from and they all work up to 5 days (or 120 hours) after unprotected sex. But use it sooner rather than later to reduce the possibility of getting pregnant.…

Guy's Guide Video on Emergency Contraception: Bedsider

https://www.bedsider.org/features/280-emergency-contraception What does emergency contraception have to do with playing paintball? Everything, when it involves Guy Nottadadi. P.S. Seriously, Do NOT try this at home—or anywhere else. Guy Nottadadi is a beyond average character who knows nothing about paintball. This setting is fictional and he should be wearing proper headgear, not throwing paintballs at people’s faces, and overall playing more safely ...…

Emergency contraception: Why the weight? - Bedsider

https://www.bedsider.org/features/313-emergency-contraception-why-the-weight A French company that makes an emergency contraceptive pill (ECP) called Norlevo caught headlines recently for adding a new warning to their package: “Studies suggest that Norlevo is less effective in women weighing 75 kg [165 lbs] or more, and not effective in women weighing 80 kg [176 lbs] or more.”.…

Deciding on emergency contraception Bedsider Providers

https://providers.bedsider.org/articles/deciding-on-emergency-contraception Among LNG pill users, the study found that the risk of pregnancy was more than four-fold greater for obese women compared with women with normal BMI. In fact, levonorgestrel showed such a rapid decrease of efficacy with increasing BMI that for women with BMI at 26 or higher there was no effect on pregnancy prevention.…

Emergency Contraception Bedsider Providers

https://providers.bedsider.org/articles In March 2015, the FDA changed the label for one brand of emergency contraception (EC)—ulipristal acetate (UPA), sold as ella. The new label warned against starting a hormonal birth control method within 5 days of taking UPA.…

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https://providers.bedsider.org/ How to help people get the emergency contraception (EC) pills they need. ... Bedsider uses clear, stylish photographs to showcase every single birth control option in a tabletop view. Then we take it a step further and let patients view them with our own unique filters.…

Birth Control Bedsider Providers

https://providers.bedsider.org/articles In March 2015, the FDA changed the label for one brand of emergency contraception (EC)—ulipristal acetate (UPA), sold as ella. The new label warned against starting a hormonal birth control method within 5 days of taking UPA.…

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