Complications of emergency contraception
A form of birth control that is used by women who have had unprotected sex.
Emergency contraception prevents up to 95% of pregnancies if taken within 5 days of intercourse. 
- Can be done by taking pills or by IUD method.
- Needs to be done within 5 days
- Used only by women
- Copper-bearing IUD is the most effective method
Emergency contraception is used in cases such as rapes, having a condom break in or slipping during sex or missing two and more birth control pills during a monthly cycle.
Ages affected: Affects all puberty attained women who have had unprotected intercourse.
People may experience
Nausea and dizziness
Self-care: Avoidance of lifting weights and taking rest will help minimize the effects.
Medications: OTC medications can be used as per the advice of your doctor to counter nausea and dizziness.
Specialist: If you experience sudden vaginal pain, reach out to a specialist. We here at mfine, offer the best treatment programs and therapies to help you stay fit and healthy.