The Morning After... Plan B?

You had unprotected sex.  In the heat of the moment you made a risky choice.  By the light of day, you realize this could be about more than passion or pleasure.... you could be pregnant.  Is Emergency Contraception (EC) the right decision?

Two forms of EC available are Plan B and Ella, both sometimes called the "morning-after pill."  The intent of EC is to prevent pregnancy after you have already had sex.  You already know that.  But do you know exactly how it works?  Does it always work?  Does it have side effects?  If you are pregnant, how does it affect the newly developing baby?  Get the facts.  

Care Net has the answers to your questions, so first consider "plan C" -- calling Care Net. Educate yourself so you can make an informed decision.  Care Net client coaches offer non-judgmental support and answers in a safe environment.  Connect with us today!

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