Emergency contraception is birth control that prevents pregnancy after sex, which is why it is sometimes called "the morning after pill," "the day after pill," or "morning after contraception." Emergency contraception makes it much less likely you will get pregnant. But emergency contraceptives are not as effective as birth control that's used before or during sex, like the pill or condoms. Birth control can be used to prevent pregnancy up to five days (120 hours) after unprotected sex. There are two standard kinds of emergency contraception — morning-after pill and ParaGard IUD insertion. It is best to consult a gynecologist for further information about which contraception is best for you and the possible effects.
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Dr. Dannie Zhou
Dr. Dannie Zhou has had a long distinguished career in Gynecological medicine, starting in 1987 when she graduated from a top 10 Medical University, the Qiqihar Medical College in Heilongjiang. Since then, Dr. Zhou has specialized in Gynecology and Maternity at many of China’s renowned medical Institutions including the Jiamusi Central Hospital, Beijing Maternity hospital and Beijing Tiantan Hospital
Dr. Zhou is currently the Chief Physician in Puhua International Hospitals’ Gynecology Department. Dr. Zhou specializes in common gynecological; myoma of the uterus & ovaries, female endocrine disorders, and antenatal care