Emergency Contraception Pills
Emergency contraception pills are a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse. Emergency contraception pills are commonly called the morning-after pill. It's a little white pill.
The female should take the pill before 72 hours after intercourse.
It has a 0-94% chance of working, depending on when you take it. The faster you take it, the more effective it may be. The side effects are upset stomach, nausea, spotting, and may cause a change in your menstrual cycle. Although, you can use the EC pill while breastfeeding. The other good thing about this pill is, you don't need a prescription for this pill. So, it is very easy to get and ranges from $35-$50.