I ate 2 pills 12 hours ago (last night) after sexual intercourse.
Two tablets will not be enough.
You are best to visit your pharmacy and talk to the pharmacist. There are products available specifically approved for emergency contraception.
Plan B One Step and Next Choice are a couple of examples.
You cant rely on BCP after the fact. Birth control pill are for preventing pregnancy not to counteract one that may have occured. Like the previous poster said-you need to talk to your healthcare professional for something like plan b. When I worked family planning we had women use a back up method until they completed a full pack of pills and had their first period before they were considered protected from pregnancy. Remember also that BCP do not protect against STD's so a condom is a good idea to prevent STD's (Not intending to preach-just to offer advice!)
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