The crisis Contraceptive Pill (ECP) is a type of contraception which can be used after non-safe sex. These pages describes the way the ECP works and lets you know how exactly to put it to use.
What’s the crisis Contraceptive Pill (ECP)?
The ECP is taken after non-safe sex to stop maternity.
It prevents or delays the production of an egg from your own ovaries before the sperm aren’t active within you any longer.
It stops the sperm from fertilising an egg by changing the real means the sperm moves within you.
It does not work after the egg happens to be fertilised.
It doesn’t damage you or perhaps a developing embryo.
Whenever can the ECP is taken by me?
The ECP is authorized you need to take as much as 72 hours after intercourse (3 days). Except for many people it’s still effective as much as four times after intercourse.