Emergency contraceptions (“Morning-after pill)
This may be used in an emergency. It can’t prevent all pregnancies, but it does prevent most. The morning-after pill must be started within 72 hours (less than three days) after having sex, and the sooner the better. If you can’t reach your own health care provider, call your local emergency clinic. Remember to tell the doctor about the medications you take for your transplant. You may find it helpful to tell an adult you trust that you’re worried about being pregnant and what happened. Then you need to decide what birth control method will work best for you in the future.