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What are some side effects of emergency contraception pills?

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  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Menstrual changes

Ask your doctor or pharmacist about ways to ease nausea. They may prescribe some anti-nausea medicine for you to take before you take an ECP.

From: Emergency Contraception WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: 

The National Women's Health Information Center: "Plan B."

FDA.

Duramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Teva Women's Health, Inc. 

Healthy Canadians web site.

UpToDate.com: "Emergency Contraception." "Intrauterine Contraception."

PlanBOneStep.com.

MyNextChoiceOneDose.com.

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on June 07, 2018

SOURCES: 

The National Women's Health Information Center: "Plan B."

FDA.

Duramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Teva Women's Health, Inc. 

Healthy Canadians web site.

UpToDate.com: "Emergency Contraception." "Intrauterine Contraception."

PlanBOneStep.com.

MyNextChoiceOneDose.com.

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on June 07, 2018

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