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The Morning After Pill

Delivered to your door

Emergency contraception delivery for life’s unexpected events. Avoid uncomfortable pharmacy visits with same day emergency contraception delivery organised from the privacy of your home.

Get fast emergency contraception delivered to your door.

The morning after pill prescribed by Australia-based doctors, delivered fast (and discreetly) to your door.

Text-based consultations

Fast, free delivery

Ongoing support

Discreet packaging

Access to trusted medical experts

Never miss a repeat

The morning after pill prescribed by Australia-based doctors, delivered fast (and discreetly) to your door.

Text-based consultations

Fast, free delivery

Ongoing support

Discreet packaging

Access to trusted medical experts

Never miss a repeat

We have 3 easy steps to help you take control of your health

1

Tell us about your issue

Answer some simple questions online, anytime.

2

Await Pharmacist Review

Our pharmacist will reach out via SMS if more info is required.

3

Treatments are delivered to your door

Fast and discreet delivery to your door.

Your treatment options

from $30 + delivery

Morning After Pill

One pill taken to stop or delay an egg release from the ovaries and prevent sperm from reaching an already-released egg.

Price breakdown

Initial doctor’s consult Free

Treatment cost per use From $30

Express shipping Delivery based on location

Unlimited follow-up consults Free

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Emergency contraception is 85% effective in preventing pregnancy when used correctly

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Emergency contraception is 85% effective in preventing pregnancy when used correctly

Morning After Pill FAQs

What does the morning after pill cost?

The cost of the morning after pill is $29.95 + delivery. Delivery cost is determined by our courier company at the time of order, depending on your distance from our partner pharmacy. Delivery starts at $15.

Where do you deliver the morning after pill?

Our network is expanding weekly to deliver the morning after pill service to even more locations around Australia. Currently we deliver to areas of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra, and the Sunshine Coast.

How soon can I get the morning after pill delivered?

Delivery time is dependent on your location and the time of day when you request the morning after pill. Once a pharmacist has reviewed and approved your response, delivery can be as fast as 2-hours, with a maximum next-day wait time. You’ll be updated on your estimated delivery time throughout the process.

How long after sex can I take the morning after pill?

For best efficacy, the morning after pill should be taken as soon as possible, however it can be taken up to 3-5 days after sex depending on which pill is issued. Our pharmacist will review your requirements as part of your questionnaire response.

Is emergency contraception 100% effective?

Despite having a high success rate (80-98% depending on circumstances), emergency contraception cannot prevent all pregnancies. The sooner you take it, the higher the chance of efficacy. The morning after pill should never be used as an ongoing contraception method.

Is the morning after pill safe? What are the side effects?

The morning after pill is considered safe, with no serious or long-term complications. However, you may experience morning after pill side effects soon after taking it. These include nausea, sore breasts, headaches, abdominal pain, or dizziness.

The morning after pill may also affect the timing of your menstrual cycle, cause spotting, or irregular bleeding about one week before or after the normal cycle of your period. If you vomit within 2-hours of taking the morning after pill, it may be deemed ineffective, and you may need to take another dose.

How does the morning after pill work?

Emergency contraception works by stopping or delaying an egg release from an ovary and may also prevent sperm from reaching an egg that has already been released. If the sperm has already fertilised the egg, the morning after pill will not be effective.

Does the morning after pill prevent STIs?

No, the morning after pill does not prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If you have reason to believe you may have contracted an STI, visit your local GP for testing.

Do I need to follow up with my GP?

In most cases, you will not need any follow-up care after taking an emergency contraceptive pill. If your period is more than one week late after using emergency contraception, you should take a pregnancy test.

Should I still take a pregnancy test?

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 during the first 10 days of pregnancy, which is why we recommend waiting until you are at least one week late.

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