Medical Assessment - Morning After Pills

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Have you read the medical information about 'morning after pills?
See the morning after pill medical information.

Please read the short important medical information before continuing.
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Do you require Levonelle or ellaOne for immediate use now?

  • Morning after pills work best if taken early, delay can result in failure.
  • Do NOT order for immediate use - see a doctor or pharmacist if you need a morning after pill straight away - postal orders are NOT fast enough.

Please do NOT order for immediate use - see a doctor or pharmacist, if you need a morning after pill straight away - post is NOT fast enough.
To obtain a standby morning after pill for future use change answer to "No" and continue.
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Are you aware that women who are already taking a regular contraceptive pill who have missed pills do not always need a morning-after-pill?

  • There is information about 'missed pills' and 'restarting regular contraception' at the bottom of the medical information.
  • If you need to take the morning-after-pill now, do NOT order online as the delay in delivery will be too long. Instead consult a surgery or pharmacist.

We are unable to supply you with the morning after pill. There is information about 'missed pills' and 'restarting regular contraception' at the bottom of the morning after pill medical information medical information. You can change your answer and continue.
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Have you taken any of the following in the last 4 weeks?

  • Barbiturates, Primidone, Phenytoin, Carbamezepine, rufinamide, topiramate (used predominantly to treat epilepsy)
  • Rifampicin or Rifabutin (usually for tuberculosis)
  • Ritonavir (for HIV infection)
  • Steroids for asthma or other conditions
  • Bosentan, modafinnil or aprepitant
  • Progesterone (usually used to treat heavy of irregular periods)
  • Griseofulvin (for fungal infections)
  • Ciclosporin
  • Herbal remedies containing St John's Wort, Hypericum perforatum
  • Antacids and anti-ulcer medication

These medications can potentially interact with Levonelle and ellaOne. Please see a doctor before taking the "Morning after Pill".
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Have you been diagnosed with any of the following?

  • Severe liver problems
  • Severe digestive problems e.g. Crohn's disease
  • Previous ectopic pregnancy, fallopian tube surgery or pelvic inflammatory disease

Please see a doctor before taking the morning after pill. We are unable to supply Levonelle or ellaOne.
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Are you aware that 'morning after pills' are not 100% effective?

  • Levonelle can be taken up to 72 hours (3 days) and ellaOne up to 120 hours (5 days) after intercourse.
  • When taken in the first 72 hours (3 days) after intercourse, pregnancy rates are close to 1.5 in 100 (ellaOne) or 2 in 100 (Levonelle)

Neither Levonelle nor ellaOne are 100% effective. You can change your answer and continue.
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Do you think you are already pregnant?

  • Levonelle and ellaOne will NOT terminate an existing pregnancy. There is no evidence they will harm an ongoing pregnancy.

'Morning after Pills' will not end a pre-existing pregnancy. To obtain a standby Levonelle or ellaOne to take when not pregnant change answer to 'No' and continue.
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Are you aware Levonelle should NOT be ordered by women who are overweight because it is less effective?

  • If your BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator result is 30 or above, Levonelle should NOT be ordered.
  • EllaOne will be more effective and should be ordered instead.

  • Levonelle should NOT be requested by women with a BMI of 30 or above.
  • EllaOne will be more effective and should be ordered instead.
  • You can change your answer and continue.
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Are you aware Levonelle and ellaOne should NOT both be taken in the same menstrual cycle (period) without consulting a doctor or contraception specialist?

Levonelle and ellaOne should NOT both be taken in the same menstrual cycle (period) without consulting a doctor or contraception specialist. You can change your answer to 'Yes' and continue.
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Do you have any further medical information or questions?
Is there anything you do not understand or do you need further help?

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Do you have any concerns about your safety or well-being?
Answer 'Yes' if you feel vulnerable, or you are being forced to obtain treatment.

Our team may be able to help and can be contacted on info@doctorfox.co.uk or 0117 2050198. Support is also available from Women's Aid. You can change your answer to continue.
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Do the following apply to you?

  • I will read the information leaflet supplied with my tablets
  • I am over 18
  • The tablets are for my own use
  • I agree to the terms & conditions, privacy policy, & data sharing policy
We cannot supply medication unless these conditions apply.
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