There are times when unprotected sex becomes the worst nightmare for many women. In order to help them out, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) has recently launched a service in London in which they will deliver women with free supplies of morning-after pills.
These pills would not allow the pregnancy to occur but an important thing to remember is that these have to be consumed within 72 hours of unprotected sex.
Just a phone call or an email to the department and the Just in Case kit will be delivered at their home by post and that too free of cost. The kit includes condoms also which would definitely prevent them from having unwanted pregnancy during the summer months.
As told by a spokeswoman of BPAS, the kit would be immediately delivered to the woman once she completes her telephonic consultation with the nurse. But prior that she has to register herself for which an online form is to be filled at www. morningafterpill. org. uk. Following this, the woman will get a call from the nurse who would introduce her to the usage of pill. She would also explain the results of this pill briefly to her. The main target of BPAS is to help those under 16s, who fear to have a face-to-face consultation.
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