PostPill & Postinor FAQ

Between Postpill And Postinor 2, Which Is More Effective?

Postinor-2 And Postpill Are Both Emergency Contraception Methods. They Are Both Effective If Taken Within 72 Hours Of Unprotected Intercourse And Are Not Intended To Be Used As A Regular Method Of Contraception. Please Keep In Mind That Neither Postinor-2 Nor Postpill Will Protect You From Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

How Long After Having Unprotected Sex Can I Take The Emergency Pill?

When Used Within 12-24 Hours Of Unprotected Sex, Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill) Is Most Effective. While It Is 95 Percent Effective Within The First 24 Hours Following Unprotected Sex, That Number Declines To 58 Percent When The Pill Is Taken Between 49-72 Hours. You Should Take The Emergency Pill As Soon As Possible To Give It The Best Chance Of Working.

Is It Possible To Combine The Morning After Pill With Other Kinds Of Contraception, For Example, If I Forget To Take My Contraceptive Pill?

Yes, You Can Use The Emergency Pill Like Postinor Or Postpill, If Something Goes Wrong With Your Regular Method Of Contraception, Such As Forgetting To Take A Pill (Only If It’s Been More Than 48 Hours) Or Having A Split Condom.

Does Emergency Contraception Disrupt An Existing Pregnancy?

Yes, You Can Use The Emergency Pill Like Postinor Or Postpill, If Something Goes Wrong With Your Regular Method Of Contraception, Such As Forgetting To Take A Pill (Only If It’s Been More Than 48 Hours) Or Having A Split Condom.

How Does Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill) Work?

Because Of The Risk Of Disrupting The Cycle And The High Hormone Dose, Repeated Treatment During A Menstrual Cycle Is Not Recommended. The Emergency Pill (Morning After Pill) Should Not Be Used As A Primary Method Of Contraception Because It Is Not As Effective As Other Hormonal Contraceptives Designed For Long-Term Use. It Is Only Meant To Be Used As A Backup.

How Efficient Is Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill)?

The Efficacy Of Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill) Changes Over Time: While It’s 95% Effective Within The First 24 Hours After Unprotected Sex, That Number Drops To 58% When The Pill Is Taken Within 49-72 Hours.The Efficacy Of Emergency Contraception (The Morning After Pill) Changes Over Time: While It’s 95% Effective Within The First 24 Hours After Unprotected Sex, That Number Drops To 58% When The Pill Is Taken Within 49-72 Hours.