The Morning After Pill Delivered

Emergency contraception, ASAP

Get emergency contraception with overnight shipping or ahead of time. Our medical team prescribes emergency contraception before you need it, or when you need it.

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You’ve got options

We offer Plan B Generic, the generic version of over-the-counter Plan B, or our providers can prescribe Ella, a prescription-only morning after pill.

Ella Plan B Generic
Ground Shipping Free Free
Expedited Shipping Overnight shipping for $15 not available
Type Prescription-only No prescription necessary
Price As low as $0 with insurance or pay $45 out-of-pocket per pill, plus a $15 medical consultation which covers access to our medical team $14.99 per pill out-of-pocket
Use Lowers your chance of getting pregnant if taken within 5 days of having sex Lowers your chance of getting pregnant within 3 days of having sex
Effectiveness The most effective type of morning-after pill Less effective for women that weigh more than 165 pounds
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Decision-making support

If you had sex and aren't sure if your main form of birth control was effective, this flowchart created by our medical team can help you understand if you should take emergency contraception and, if so, which kind of EC will be safe and effective in your specific situation.

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Ella® (ulipristal acetate)

Prescription-only Ella can be taken up to 120 hours (five days) after unprotected sex, but the sooner you take it the better. It may be more effective than Plan B for women who weigh 165+ pounds.

Note: If you take birth control pills the medication in Ella might make your birth control pills ineffective, so you should use a back-up (like condoms) if you have sex within 7 days of restarting birth control pills. If you are breastfeeding, the CDC recommends “pumping and dumping” for 24 hours after taking Ella, though there may be trace amounts of Ella in breastmilk for up to 5 days.

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Generic Plan B® (levonorgestrel)

Plan B Generic (the generic version of Plan B) does not require a prescription and is available for $14.99 with free, discreet shipping. Plan B Generic may work when taken within 72 hours (three days) of unprotected sex, and is more effective at preventing pregnancy the sooner you take it. Plan B Generic is also safe to use while breastfeeding.

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Birth control options

We offer more than 50 brands so that we’re able to provide whatever form of birth control is right for you. Even if you don’t have insurance, we can find a solution.

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Fast and discreet delivery

Orders placed before 2:00 PM EST between Monday and Friday will be eligible for expedited shipping.

Common questions

  • How do emergency contraceptives work?

    Emergency contraceptives, like Plan B and Ella, work by blocking your ovaries from ovulating. If you do not release an egg during ovulation, you cannot get pregnant. Emergency contraception is not an abortion pill and will not work if you are already pregnant.

  • What is the difference between Ella and Plan B Generic?

    Plan B Generic is currently FDA approved for use up to 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. Ella is FDA approved for use up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex.

    Most research shows that overall, Ella is more effective than Plan B Generic for most women. Ella is equally effective throughout the 5 days after unprotected sex, but Plan B Generic is less effective with time (ex. more effective at 24 hours than after 48 hours).

  • How long after unprotected sex can I take them?

    Generic Plan B is effective for up to 3 days and more effective the sooner that you take it, so the longer you wait, the less likely it is to work. Ella has been shown to work for up to 5 days after unprotected sex, but should still be taken a soon as possible."

  • Do you offer overnight delivery?

    Yes, we offer overnight delivery for prescription-only Ella. We can also send the prescription to a local pharmacy of your choice for you to pick up.

  • Can you send it to my local pharmacy?

    Yes. When we call in a prescription for emergency contraception to a pharmacy it is usually processed the same day that we order it. Some pharmacies do not reliably stock Ella, so if you are requesting this pill, we recommend that you call your pharmacy to make sure they have it available.

    If you did not have unprotected sex and just want to have emergency contraceptives on hand, just in case, we can deliver these directly to you.

  • How effective are emergency contraceptives?

    Emergency contraceptives are about 58-94% effective at preventing pregnancy. The range is so large because when taken at the right time, emergency contraception is very effective. However, some women are unable to access the medication until it’s almost too late.

    Ella is slightly more effective than Plan B Generic. Plan B Generic is more effective the faster you are able to take it (for example, it’s more effective if taken 3 hours after unprotected sex rather than 48+ hours after).

  • How often can I take emergency contraceptives?

    Emergency contraceptive should not be used as regular birth control. Though there are no known health risks, regularly taking emergency contraceptives can result in increased side effects (like irregular bleeding).

    If you find that you need emergency contraception more than 2 or 3 times per year, we recommend that you consider starting regular birth control which is much more effective (up to 99% effective when used as directed) compared to emergency contraception (ranges from 58%-94% effective).

  • Will I get side effects?

    Most women will not have any side effects with emergency contraception. Sometimes, emergency contraception can cause spotting or irregular bleeding about one week before or after your regularly scheduled period. Other possible side effects are nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, breast soreness, or cramping for 1 to 2 days after taking emergency contraception. If you throw up within 2 hours of taking emergency contraception, then you may have lost the pill and you should consider taking another dose. Please contact us if you throw up your emergency contraception within 2 hours of taking it.

  • Do I need follow-up care after using emergency contraception?

    Typically, you will not need any follow-up care. If your period is more than one week late after taking emergency contraception, you should take a pregnancy test. Remember, common pregnancy tests (using urine samples) are not accurate in the first 10 days of pregnancy, which is why we recommend waiting until you are at least a week late.

  • Can I take emergency contraception if I am breastfeeding?

    If you are breastfeeding 100% of the time and your period has not yet returned, then you may not need emergency contraception.

    Plan B Generic (the generic version of Plan B) can be used safely during breastfeeding with no changes to your breastfeeding schedule. Ella can also be used safely during breastfeeding. The CDC recommends that women delay breastfeeding for 24 hours after taking Ella as some of this medication is excreted in the breastmilk. The strongest concentration of Ella in the breastmilk occurs for 1 to 3 hours after taking it, so some providers recommend pumping and dumping only once. There are no known complications for babies who do breastfeed right after the mother has taken emergency contraception.

  • When do I need to use emergency contraceptives?

    • If you have sex without a condom or if the condom breaks, slips, or falls off.
    • If you have sex and have missed more than 2 days (48 hours) in a row of your combined hormonal contraceptives (pill, patch, or ring).
    • If you have sex and are more than 3 hours late taking the progesterone only pill.


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We are doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, and physician assistants who are passionate about providing patient care. The Nurx medical team believes that everyone deserves access to personalized, non-judgmental healthcare, and that open and honest communication is key.

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At Nurx, we make it easy to get the expert healthcare you deserve. From schedules to health history, everybody is different—so we provide treatment and care that’s personalized to you. Through life’s cycles, changes, and transitions, we’re here to help you make informed choices about your health.

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