Don’t Let Halloween Night Turn You Into A Pumpkin: How Emergency Contraception Works

Written by on November 1, 2013 in CONTRACEPTIVES, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH - 2 Comments

Boo!

It’s Halloween!

Frankenstein might scare you at first, but, he could go from being your nightmare to the man of your dreams, sweeping you off your feet after midnight. Fear of letting go could give way to fear of  blowing up into a pumpkin and producing little Frankensteins.

SuzyKnew is here to remind you you have up to 5 days to get some emergency contraceptions to prevent this nightmare from happening. But, taking emergency contraception as soon as possible increases the likelihood of it working. Increasingly popular, emergency contraception also called “the morning after pill” is easier to find.

How does it work?

What’s the science behind it?

Here’s one of the most viewed explanations on youtube:

 

Will your morning after Halloween be frightful… or delightful?

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2 Comments on "Don’t Let Halloween Night Turn You Into A Pumpkin: How Emergency Contraception Works"

  1. LavandarGirl November 2, 2013 at 5:58 pm ·

    Loved the video! I’ve always wondered how the morning after pill could help prevent a pregnancy. Good to know!

    • SuzyKnew November 4, 2013 at 2:50 pm ·

      Glad you enjoyed it! Stay tuned for more from SuzyKnew!

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