A few people in the UK have been diagnosed with a rare infection called monkeypox. While the current outbreak is concerning, the risk to the UK population remains low, but a notable proportion of cases have been in gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. We encourage these groups to look out for unusual rashes or lesions on the body, especially the genitalia, and contact a sexual health service if they have concerns. For more information, please visit nhs.uk.;
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Many pharmacies are able to provide emergency contraception (morning after pill) for a fee and some are able to provide it as a free service for 13-24 year olds. If you are planning on visiting a pharmacy for EHC we advise you to phone ahead to ensure the service will be available when you visit. Use the search button above to find your nearest options.
Women of any age can access free emergency contraception at their GP or a local sexual health service.
Emergency contraception can prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or if a contraceptive method fails e.g a condom splits or pills are missed. The sooner you take action the more effective the treatment will be.
There are two types of emergency contraception -
If you are not sure about timing you can discuss your options confidentially with a pharmacist.