Levonorgestrel (Generic PLAN B®)
Take Levonorgestrel as soon as possible but within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected intercourse or contraceptive failure. Levonorgestrel (Generic PLAN B®) is delivery only - order ahead of time!
Emergency Contraception FAQ
What is the Difference Between Plan B and Ella?
Let’s look at the differences between these two emergency contraceptives: Plan B pills (levonorgestrel) and Ella (ulipristal).
Ask A Doctor: Birth Control and Emergency Contraception
Wisp's Medical Director, Dr. Laura Purdy, M.D. is answering your frequently asked questions about Birth Control and Emergency Contraception.
Preparing for Plan B: Emergency Contraceptives Explained
Plan B is available online without a prescription, which means you can order it online and have it delivered to your home to keep on hand in case you need it.