Consultation for Patients Requiring The Morning After Pill
An easy 3 step process:
1. Complete the questionnaire below
2. Select a medicine or request that a clinician contacts you with options
3. Click Submit
If you have, or may have, the need for the morning after pill, please complete the form below.
Note that emergency contraception (the morning after pill) is an occasional contraceptive method and must not replace a regular contraceptive method. The morning after pill (emergency contraception) does not prevent pregnancy in every instance and there is a small chance that you may become pregnant even if the morning after pill is taken as advised by a clinician.
References to support the completion of the following questionnaire include:
- NHS Guide to Contraception
- NHS Information about Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill and IUD)
- NHS Information about Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
- A levonorgestrel patient information leaflet
- A ulipristal acetate patient information leaflet
- NHS 111 when emergency contraception is needed more promptly than a remote service can provide
If any of the above links are not functioning correctly, please call us on 0333 577 5311 for further information.
This consultation form usually takes just 2-3 minutes to complete.
Please complete all questions before clicking Submit.
Any incomplete sections will display as red text if the form cannot be submitted.
If your condition or symptoms require urgent treatment, please call NHS 111 by dialling 111 on your telephone. If you require emergency treatment, for example, if you or someone else has chest pain, has received an injury to the head, or has been involved in a serious accident, call 999 on your telephone immediately. If your condition or symptoms are not something that can be assessed remotely through the Trusted Treatments online doctor service, please make an appointment with your usual GP at the earliest opportunity. If your GP cannot offer an appointment in a timeframe that you feel is appropriate, call 111 on your telephone and seek advice, explaining your concerns. Read more about where to get help.