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We have tried to help you by answering some of the most common questions you may have about MEDINOR™. Not all the information is provided and use of this site should not replace talking to a healthcare professional such as a doctor or pharmacist. If you have any concerns about taking this medicine, speak to a healthcare professional as they would be able to provide more information about MEDINOR™.
This section is about MEDINOR™ the emergency contraceptive (also known as the “morning after pill”). It is a medication that may be prescribed or dispensed to you by a healthcare professional.
If you have more general questions about what to do if you have had unprotected sex please view our section on emergency contraception.
When taken as directed, MEDINOR™ is intended to prevent pregnancy up to 72 hours after known or suspected contraceptive failure or unprotected intercourse. MEDINOR™ isn't effective if you're already pregnant, and it won't terminate an existing pregnancy. MEDINOR™ does not protect against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).