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Next Choice Morning-After Pill Information

As an emergency contraceptive, Next Choice® (levonorgestrel) can help prevent pregnancy if it is taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex. It is available over-the-counter to individuals age 17 and older; people younger than 17 years of age must have a prescription to obtain this product.
 
This form of contraception is not appropriate for everyone. Make sure you fully review the safety information for this "morning-after pill" before taking Next Choice. For instance, you may not be able to use this product if you have diabetes or if you suspect you might be pregnant.
 
Although many people do not have any problems with Next Choice, side effects can occur and may include headaches, nausea, and fatigue. Fortunately if negative reactions do occur, they tend to be minor and easily treated.
 
(Click Next Choice for more information on this morning-after pill. This article covers how this emergency contraceptive works, describes specific dosing guidelines, and offers some safety precautions to be aware of.)
 

Next Choice Morning-After Pill Information

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