What should I do to stop pregnancy, as I am not using any contraceptives? #308/14

Hello, I am 27 years old.  I had sex with my husband yesterday without protection.  I am not using birth control pills, so what should I do to stop pregnancy?

Good morning


What are you planning to use as your ongoing contraception?


Emergency contraceptive pills are simply not effective enough.  Please consider one of the LARC methods listed below.


The Implanon implant has now been replaced by the Nexplanon implant.


Robert A. Hatcher MD, MPH

Emeritus Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics

Emory University School of Medicine

Atlanta, GA

March 20, 2014, March 28, 2014, April 3, 2014



To learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of all the LARC methods, go to: www.managingcontraception.com and click on Choices 2013 edition.  You can also order this wonderful new educational book from our website or by calling 404-875-5001.  Do you have your copy yet?  It is now available in English and Spanish.   

Key Words: pregnancy, unprotected sex, contraceptives, birth control pills, effective, long-term, LARC methods, ParaGard IUD, Mirena IUD, Nexplanon implant



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April 9, 2014