Worried You Got Pregnant Last Night
Worried You Got Pregnant Last Night: Emergency Contraception prevents pregnancy by delaying or stopping ovulation, inhibiting sperm from fertilizing the egg, or preventing the fertilized egg from being implanted in the womb. All of these events occur before the beginning of pregnancy.
The egg is usually implanted in the womb five to seven days after the sperm and the egg meet, this is why you have up to 3 days to take the pills. Emergency Contraception is not an abortion. In fact, it will not work if a woman is already pregnant. Emergency contraception is available through your pharmacy. All you have to do is ask