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If you’ve had unprotected sex (if you've had sex without contraception), or you think your contraception might have failed (like the condom has split or you missed pills), you can use emergency contraception to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
Emergency contraceptive pills need to be taken as soon as possible after sex.
It's free to women of all ages.
If your heading to a pharmacy, please call before you leave to check their opening hours and the availability of a pharmacist.
If you're coming to one of our clinics, please call first to book your appointment.
The IUD is the most effective method of emergency contraception:
Emergency contraceptive pills need to be taken as soon as possible after sex: