What We Offer
Sometimes accidents happen. So our medical team is on standby to send you Plan B. Currently only available in Gauteng, South Africa.
Get your plan B conveniently delivered to your door- no more awkward pharmacy visits!
Our Medical Team on call
Our medical team is standing by to advise and support you.
Fast & Discreet Delivery
Same day delivery in discreet packaging.
We offer telemedicine services, allowing you to consult with healthcare professionals remotely.
How It Works
Enter your personal and delivery details and select a payment method (cash/medical aid).
Our pharmacists will review your request and you’ll receive confirmation.
After payment has been made, your medication will be delivered the same day.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Plan B is most effective when taken as soon as possible after unprotected intercourse, preferably within 12 hours and no later than 72 hours.
Plan B is a time-sensitive medication. Treatment of Plan B should never be delayed as efficacy declines with time or if taken after 48 hours after intercourse. After a single act of unprotected sex the treatment fails in about 2% of the time if taken within 72 hours after sex.
Plan B is secreted into breast milk, so breastfeeding should be avoided within 6 hours of taking the pill. If you are breastfeeding, consult your doctor for advice.
Plan B should be avoided during pregnancy. Plan B will not work if you are already pregnant, as it cannot dislodge an implanted embryo.
Plan B is believed act to prevent ovulation, fertilisation and implantation. It is not effective once the process of implantation has begun. Depending on where you are in your menstrual cycle, Plan B will either stop the release of an egg, prevent fertilisation of an egg or a stop a fertilised egg from becoming attached to your uterus. Once this has happened Plan B will no longer be effective.