Buy the morning after pill online from our UK registered pharmacy. Standby emergency contraception to keep ready for when needed.
Please read the important medical information before continuing.
Morning after pills work best if taken early, delay can result in failure.
Do NOT order after having unprotected sex - see a doctor or pharmacist if you need a morning after pill straight away. Ordering by post is NOT fast enough.
Please do NOT order for use in the next few days - see a doctor, pharmacist, or sexual health clinic or phone NHS 111 if you need a morning after pill straight away - post is NOT fast enough.
To obtain a standby morning after pill for future use, change answer to 'No' and continue.
A copper coil can be fitted as an emergency, by some GPs or at a sexual health clinic, up to 5 days after intercourse or within 5 days of expected ovulation.
A copper coil can be fitted as an emergency, by some GPs or at a sexual health clinic, up to 5 days after intercourse or within 5 days of expected ovulation. You can change your answer and continue.
These medications can interact with the morning after pill:
Antibiotics to treat tuberculosis
Steroids for asthma
Bosentan, modafinil, or aprepitant
Herbal remedies containing St John's Wort, Hypericum perforatum
These medicines can potentially interact and should not be used within 4 weeks of taking morning after pills. Please consult a doctor before taking morning after pills if you also use these medicines.
Use of progesterone (found in the combined pill, mini pill, implant, depot injection or IUS, or to treat heavy or irregular periods, or to delay periods)
Taken antacids and antiulcer medication.
EllaOne may be less effective. Levonelle may be a better choice.
Severe liver problems
Severe digestive problems e.g. Crohn's disease
Please see a doctor before taking the morning after pill. We are unable to supply Levonelle or ellaOne.
Levonelle can be taken up to 72 hours (3 days) and ellaOne up to 120 hours (5 days) after sex.
The most effective emergency contraception is fitting an IUD (copper coil) up to 5 days after sex or 5 days after ovulation.
Neither Levonelle nor ellaOne are 100% effective. A pregnancy test should be taken if a normal period does not occur within 5-7 days of when it was expected. You can change your answer and continue.
The most reliable contraception is long acting reversible contraception (LARC) such as coils, implants, or injections.
Other alternatives are combined pills, progestogen only pills (POP), contraceptive patches and vaginal rings, or caps, and condoms.
Ongoing reliable contraception should be used in preference to occasional emergency contraception. It should be started after using emergency contraception. You can change your answer and continue.
Levonelle and ellaOne will NOT terminate an existing pregnancy. There is no evidence they will harm an ongoing pregnancy.
Morning after Pills' will not end a pre-existing pregnancy. To obtain a standby Levonelle or ellaOne to take when not pregnant change answer to 'No' and continue.
If your BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator result is 26 or above ellaOne will be more effective and should usually be ordered instead.
If unable to use ellaOne, then two tablets of Levonelle (levonorgestrel 1.5mg) should be taken at the same time if BMI is 26 or over. This is an off label use and doctors take responsibility for the prescribing. If this applies to you, by ordering 2 tablets as a single dose you consent to the off label prescribing.
EllaOne will be more effective and should usually be ordered instead.
You can change your answer and continue.
Levonelle and ellaOne should NOT both be taken in the same menstrual cycle without consulting a doctor or contraception specialist. You can change your answer to 'Yes' and continue.
Is there anything you do not understand or do you need further help?
You can also click 'No' answer to continue. If you have mental health concerns your GP may be able to help.
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Answer 'Yes' if you feel vulnerable, or you are being forced to obtain treatment
Our team may be able to help and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0333 015 1950. See also further information and advice. You can change your answer to continue.
The medication is for my own use and I will not share with anyone else
I will read the information leaflet supplied with my tablets
I am over 18 and I agree to identity verification checks
I have completed this questionnaire myself and fully understand all the information
My responses are honest and accurate, and I understand that this is necessary for a safe medical assessment
We cannot supply medication unless these conditions apply.