Morning After Pill

Morning After Pill

You may have heard “emergency contraception” referred to as the morning-after pill, or brand names such as Plan B and “ella”. Emergency contraception is a term used for drugs taken after sex with the intent to prevent pregnancy. There are different brands of emergency contraception available, but the most common in America are Plan B One-Step and ella.

Many confuse emergency contraception with the abortion pill. The abortion pill terminates an established pregnancy. Emergency contraception, on the other hand, works primarily by preventing conception (though in some cases it has the potential to cause a very early abortion).

If you have questions about emergency contraception, we are here to help you. We’re just a phone call away.

Please call us for confidential information, support and referrals.

You can call us to discuss your situation with our trained staff. All our client mentoring services are free and confidential, so you have nothing to lose.

Our Birthright center offers confidential consultations, accurate information and referrals to medical doctors; however, we do not offer or refer for abortion services. The information presented on this website is intended for general education purposes only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional counseling and/or medical advice.