New Day Emergency Contraception

5.0 - 2177 Reviews

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Equivalent Generic Brands: My Way Emergency Contraceptive, Plan B Emergency Contraceptive

$26 generic equivalent, $0 with most insurance

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How to use

How to use New Day Emergency Contraception

Simply take 1 pill within 5 days of having unprotected sex or birth control failure. However, it is recommended that you take emergency contraception pills ASAP because most methods do not work as well after ovulation occurs (this is when the egg pops out of the ovary). The sooner you take New Day, the better it will work.


New Day Emergency Contraception Dosage

New Day has 1.5 milligrams of Levonorgestrel. This is a progesterone hormone used in lower doses in many birth control pills.

Side effects

New Day Emergency Contraception Side Effects

Some side effects reported by women who used 1.5 mg of levonorgestrel are nausea (23%), abdominal pain (17.6%), tiredness (16.9%), headache (16.8%), dizziness (11.2%), breast tenderness (10.7%), vomiting (5.6%), diarrhea (5%) and a period that is early, late, lighter (12.5%), or heavier (13.8%).

Some women may experience changes in their next period after taking New Day. If your period is more than one week late, we recommend you to take a pregnancy test and follow up with your primary care provider since it’s possible you might be pregnant.


New Day Emergency Contraception Warnings

    Do NOT take this if :

  • You are allergic to Levonorgestrel
  • You are pregnant (not because it would affect the embryo, but because it would be a waste of money.)
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New Day is an emergency contraceptive pill, or ‘morning after pill’ that works to prevent pregnancy by preventing the release of an egg. It may also work by affecting sperm.
If you have a BMI of 26 or more, New Day and it’s generics do NOT work for you. Please, check your BMI BEFORE using New Day and its generics. Our expert birth control doctors recommend Ella (ulipristal acetate, “prescription emergency contraception”) over New Day and its generics because Ella works better at every time point, works for those with BMIs up to 35, and is “free” = no copay, no deductible if you have insurance. Learn more about the difference between these medications here.

Do not use emergency contraception if you are already pregnant or think you might be pregnant. New Day is NOT the same as an abortion pill, because its prevents pregnancy. This medicine does NOT harm an embryo. It also does NOT cause birth defects.

Frequently Asked Questions

New Day Emergency Contraception may not be as effective for you if your Body Mass Index is 26 or more. Check your BMI before using New Day.

No, New Day is the generic equivalent of Plan B. This means New Day Emergency Contraception has the same active ingredients, same dosage and works the same way. New Day is just a cheaper option to save money. Plan B is the name brand and name brand always costs more.

The “morning after pill,” emergency contraceptive pill, can fail if you take it after the recommended window after unprotected sex or birth control method failure (up to 120 hours = 5 days).

The most effective emergency contraceptive (EC) is the copper IUD (99.99% effective as an EC method) and then the hormonal IUD (Minera, Liletta). The second most effective emergency contraceptive is Ella, the prescription only EC. Learn more about emergency contraception here.

Nothing. New day is a one dosage pill to use as emergency contraception, so there aren’t any known drug interactions. In general, avoid having unprotected (without birth control) heterosexual intercourse for preventing pregnancy. Also, this medication does NOT prevent HIV or other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). In order to prevent STIs, always use condoms when having sexual intercourse. If you find yourself using New Day or other emergency contraception more than once a month, you should talk to your doctor about getting on better birth control. New Day and other emergency contraception can be only 75% effective or even less depending where the person with the uterus is in their cycle.

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