Emergency Contraception
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Emergency Contraception
Information about emergency contraception derived from the medical literature and a directory of clinicians willing to provide emergency contraceptives in your area. Maintained by Office of Population Research at Princeton University.
Emergency Contraception: Caught Out, Sort It Out
The National Assembly for Wales' campaign to raise awareness of EC. Questions and answers about morning-after pills and IUDs.
Fact Sheet -- Emergency Contraception
Planned Parenthood Federation fact sheet includes information for prospective patients, as well as about issues related to EC.
Emergency Contraceptive Insertion of the Copper T IUD
Fact sheet.
The Emergency Contraception Pharmacy Program
Extensive consumer information about emergency contraception (the morning after pill) and listing of pharmacies in California where women can get EC without a prescription from a doctor.
Emergency Contraception: The Resource Guide for California
CARAL Pro-Choice Education Fund's resource guide to emergency contraception, including what it is, when to use it, and where to get it.
The Emergency Birth Control Organization
Comprehensive information about the "morning after pill" and emergency contraception, presented in a way that is easy to understand.
Emergency Contraception
Feminist Women's Health Center's information on using pills and IUDs to prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse, including cautions, side effects, danger signs, advantages and disadvantages.
Emergency Contraception
Information for health professionals in Australia, from Family Planning Queensland. Describes the use of oral steroids and copper-bearing IUDs for postcoital contraception.
Back Up Your Birth Control
Promotional information about options for preventing unintended pregnancy with emergency contraception medications available in the U.S. Recommends keeping EC in your medicine cabinet, just in case.
Emergency Contraception - Rite Care Pharmacy
Includes FAQs on EC in general and Plan B (which is offered for sale online) in particular.
Dial EC: Prescriptions for Emergency Contraception
Provides confidential access to emergency contraception for women in North Carolina, including prescriptions over the telephone. Site includes a FAQ.
Consortium for Emergency Contraception
International consortium promoting availability of emergency contraception. Includes comparison chart on pill formulations and other health education and information materials for use in implementing new EC programs, particularly in developing countries.
Emergency Contraception Update
From Clinical Proceedings, a monograph on the current status of EC technologies. Numerous footnotes and reference citations.
Alaska Emergency Contraception Project
Current information on emergency contraception, including how it works, how it is administered, why it is important, and where to obtain it in Alaska.
Mexican Family Planning Foundation: Emergency Contraception
General information about EC for patients and medical professionals, with instructions for using specific brands of birth-control pills to prevent pregnancy during the 72-hour period following unprotected intercourse.
Emergency Contraception in Australia
Pharmaceutical manufacturer's educational site about pharmacist provision of the levonorgestrel-only emergency contraceptive pill, Postinor-2.

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