Emergency contraception calculator - your summary
Once you have completed the Emergency Calculator questionnaire you are no longer able to change your answers. Please complete the questionnaire again
Unfortunately it is too late for emergency contraception.
Based on your answers it is too late for emergency contraception, but please double check your answers further down the page.
We recommend that you take regular contraception so you are protected from now on.
Also please have a pregnancy test - pregnancy test should be done 3 weeks after the sexual intercourse that you are concerned about or as soon as you realise that your period is late. You can buy pregnancy tests in ‘pound’ shops or pharmacies and they are free in sexual health clinics.
Please note that if there is an estimated risk, it does not mean you will fall pregnant, there is just a higher chance of it happening.
Please show this page to a health professional when you visit a clinic.
If you are at risk, you should consider a pregnancy test 3 weeks after the sexual intercourse that you are concerned about or as soon as you realise your period is late. You can buy pregnancy tests in 'pound' shops or pharmacies and they are free in sexual health clinics.
Also if you have a new partner, we recommend you have a STI screening.
All results are based on the answers provided. Please review your answers with a health professional at the clinic or pharmacy, they will be able to advise you on any risks with taking a particular course of action.
Please note, if you have had emergency contraception in the past month, this may affect the recommended course of action.
Summary of your answers
COMPLETED: on 06/01/2020 at 05:10 pm
When did you have unprotected sex?
26/12/2019, 28/12/2019, 01/01/2020
Are your menstrual cycles usually regular?
I'm not sure
When was the FIRST day of your last period?
Have you taken any emergency contraceptive pills in the last 30 days?
Have you used a contraceptive method from the list below, in the last 28 days?