Emergency contraception, often called the “morning after pill,” is a method for preventing pregnancy after you’ve had unprotected sex or after a condom breaks. You can get two types of emergency contraception, ella® and a generic of Plan B, prescribed and delivered through Nurx. It’s not an ideal birth control plan (there’s a reason they don’t call it “Plan A”) but it’s important to have access to emergency contraception just in case. If you ever need EC you won’t have much time to read up on it, so test your knowledge and educate yourself in advance with our quiz.
Birth control from Nurx costs as little as $0 with insurance or $15 per month without insurance.