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How often can you take the morning after pill?

Dr Louisa Draper

"The "morning after pill" should be used in emergencies only. It helps to prevent pregnancy if you have had unprotected sex or when your contraception has failed. You should not take it on a regular basis, as there are much better forms of contraception."

Dr Louisa Draper

Morning after pill stat
The morning after pill has helped many women prevent unwanted pregnancy. Most women know that it exists and where they can buy it. However, not all of them know how it should be used.

According to a recent survey, one in five British women between 18 and 35 takes the morning after pill each year. While most women use it as a one-off solution to prevent pregnancy, reports suggest that some women use it as a regular form of contraception. How many times can you take the morning after pill and does it damage your health?

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