Contraplanll® is available for any woman who needs it. The sooner you take Contraplanll®, the better it works. You should use Contraplanll® within 72 hours (3 days) after you have had unprotected sex or experienced birth control failure.
Contraplanll® is a backup method of birth control you can use when:
- You didn’t use any birth control method before intercourse.
- Your regular birth control method failed (e.g., your partner’s condom broke or slipped)
- There was an issue with your regular method (e.g., you forgot to take your regular birth control pill)
Do not take Contraplanll® if:
- you’re already pregnant.
- If you’re allergic to or any of the ingredients in Contraplanll®
- In place of regular birth control, because it’s not as effective
Emergency contraceptive can be used in a number of situations following sexual intercourse:
- When no contraceptive has been used.
- When there is a contraceptive failure or incorrect use, including:
- Condom breakage, slippage, or incorrect use.
- Three or more consecutively missed combined oral contraceptive pills.
- Lactating mother whom take daily contraceptive pills.
- Non lactating women whom take daily combined oral contraceptive pills and miss 3 or more consecutive days.
- Progestogen-only injection taken more than two weeks late.
- The combined estrogen-plus-progestogen monthly injection taken more than seven days late.
- Failed withdrawal (e.g. Ejaculation in the vagina or on external genitalia).
- Failure of a spermicide suppository to melt inside vagina.
- Miscalculation of the periodic abstinence method, or failure to abstain or use a barrier method on the fertile
days of the cycle.
- Expulsion or partial movement of an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD)