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Comfort in Preparation: Be Ready with the AfterPill Posted on 03 Sep 15:11

Mistakes and surprises happen to everyone. If your normal contraceptive method fails, you want to have a backup option. It can calm your nerves and reduce the stress of an unexpected experience to have emergency contraceptive that you are able to access hassle-free. Having a “morning after pill” or “day after pill” ready at your home can make the process of taking emergency contraceptive much less stressful. If you have unprotected sex or your regular birth control fails, you can relax knowing you’ll be able to reduce your chance of pregnancy without going through the ordeal of going to a store, finding and purchasing the morning after pill, and interacting with other customers or store employees.

When you order AfterPill online, it will be delivered to your home in discreet packaging. You can feel safe and secure knowing that if you need to take it, the morning after pill will be there. You won’t have to worry about frantically rushing out to a drugstore and dealing with potentially embarrassing interactions. The sooner you take an emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is (read more information about the morning after pill and time period vs effectiveness here). Having the morning after pill on hand can reduce the amount of time needed to take it, compared to the time taken from driving to a drugstore. AfterPill is also significantly more affordable than most drugstore emergency contraceptives, so reducing your chance of pregnancy won’t have to carry a financial burden - just another reason why it pays to be prepared.

Center for Disease Control’s confirmation of the Zika Virus from “Local Mosquitoes” in the U.S. raises unprotected sex risk Posted on 03 Aug 23:00

World Health Organization Encourages Women to Have Emergency Contraception Available Because of Zika Virus Outbreak
Westport, CT, August 2, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s alert by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) over the spread of the Zika Virus by “local mosquitoes” in Florida raises the importance of “after-sex” birth control in the event of unprotected sex.

The World Health Organization and women’s advocacy groups encourage women to travel smart and take precautions to avoid unexpected pregnancy due to birth control failure or unprotected sex. This week’s alert by the CDC underscores the importance of being prepared with an emergency contraceptive.

The AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception provides an affordable option at its AfterPill.com website so a woman can be prepared in the event of unprotected sex or birth control failure.

The World Health Organization (WHO) in its “Prevention of potential sexual transmission of Zika virus” interim guidance published on February 18, 2016, highlighted the importance of access to emergency contraception: “Women who have had unprotected sex and do not wish to become pregnant because of concern with infection with Zika virus should also have ready access to emergency contraceptive services and counselling.”

“At www.AfterPill.com we help make emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception. “AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women,” he commented.








About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older. The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failure occurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours.

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com.


“After-Sex” Birth Control Pill Will Help Reduce Incidence of Unprotected Sex in America Posted on 01 Mar 07:51

An estimated 9.7 million couples each night in America are at risk of unintended pregnancy

 

Westport, CT, March 1, 2016 — According to Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of AfterPillTM emergency contraceptive, nearly 10 million couples are at risk of unintended pregnancy each night in America resulting in 75 million cycles per year in which unprotected sex occurs among women at risk of an unintended pregnancy.1, 2 

“Access to affordable after-sex birth control can help reduce the incidence of unprotected sex in America,” says John Linderman, managing director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of AfterPillTM.   “Nearly one-half of all women ages 15-44 will have had an unintended pregnancy in their lifetime,” he added.  “Fifteen percent of the occasions will occur due to condom failure or misuse.  It is smart to have an emergency birth control product on hand in the event of unprotected sex,” commented Mr. Linderman.

AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women.

Being prepared and having AfterPillTM on hand will help women use an emergency contraceptive more quickly if needed – no rushing to the pharmacy or risking the product not being available, and cost is less of a barrier.  The World Health Organization has long recommended women have an emergency contraceptive on hand.

Like all birth control pills, AfterPill™ does not protect against HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases.

 

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized, over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet for use by women ages 17 and older.  The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failureoccurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours. 

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com

1 Trussell J, Guthrie K. Choosing a Contraceptive: Efficacy, Safety, and Personal Considerations. In Hatcher RA, Trussell J, Nelson A, Cates W, Kowal D, Policar M. Contraceptive Technology: Twentieth Revised Edition. New York NY: Ardent Media, 2011.

2 Trussell J, Emergency Contraception Still the Nation’s Best-Kept Secret.  Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, 2005.

 


AfterPill Importance Grows Given New CDC Warning on Unprotected Sex Risks Posted on 24 Feb 14:18

New alcohol consumption warning raises risk for 43 million sexually active women each year who are not trying to becoming pregnant

Westport, CT, February 9, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s Centers for Disease Control decision to recommend alcohol abstinence for all women who are at risk of unintended pregnancy impacts 43 million women in the U.S. each year and raises the risks of unprotected sex in particular. 

According to the Guttmacher Institute, there are 43 million women in the U.S., 70% of women of child-bearing age, who have sex without the intention of becoming pregnant.  Despite those intentions, one-half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned and 95% occur due to unprotected sex (no birth control method or improper condom or birth control use or failure). 

The CDC recommendation is based on a growing medical concern regarding the risk of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD).  In a report released last October, the American Academy of Pediatrics declared that “no amount of alcohol should be considered safe to drink during any trimester of pregnancy.”  Over 50% of non-pregnant women of child bearing age in the U.S. use alcohol.

“The new CDC recommendation strongly suggests that if you drink alcohol, all pregnancies should be planned and unprotected sex should never occur,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception.  “To reduce unprotected sex, emergency contraception should be affordable and readily available to all women,” he added.  “In fact, the World Health Organization, Planned Parenthood, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and many others suggest women keep emergency contraception on hand in the event of birth control failure or unprotected sex to increase its effectiveness and likelihood of use.”

“At www.AfterPill.com we help reduce the incidence of unprotected sex by making emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” Linderman commented.   AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women.

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older.

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com


Syzygy Healthcare Solutions supports World Health Organization’s Encouragement of “Ready Access” to Emergency Contraception for Women Concerned over Zika Virus Posted on 24 Feb 12:39

Another reason to have AfterPillTM on hand in the event of unprotected sex

Westport, CT, February 22, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s World Health Organization’s Interim Guidance on the prevention of the Zika virus provides another reason why women and men need to take steps to eliminate unprotected sex.  The AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception provides an affordable option at its AfterPill.com website so a woman can be prepared in the event of unprotected sex or birth control failure.

The World Health Organization (WHO) in its “Prevention of potential sexual transmission of Zika virus” interim guidance published on February 18, 2016, highlights the importance of access to emergency contraception:  “Women who have had unprotected sex and do not wish to become pregnant because of concern with infection with Zika virus should also have ready access to emergency contraceptive services and counselling.” 

“At www.AfterPill.com we help make emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception.   “AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women,” he commented.

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older.  The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failure occurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours. 

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com

Save up to 60% on the best selling emergency contraceptive medicine. Order Now

News

Comfort in Preparation: Be Ready with the AfterPill Posted on 03 Sep 15:11

Mistakes and surprises happen to everyone. If your normal contraceptive method fails, you want to have a backup option. It can calm your nerves and reduce the stress of an unexpected experience to have emergency contraceptive that you are able to access hassle-free. Having a “morning after pill” or “day after pill” ready at your home can make the process of taking emergency contraceptive much less stressful. If you have unprotected sex or your regular birth control fails, you can relax knowing you’ll be able to reduce your chance of pregnancy without going through the ordeal of going to a store, finding and purchasing the morning after pill, and interacting with other customers or store employees.

When you order AfterPill online, it will be delivered to your home in discreet packaging. You can feel safe and secure knowing that if you need to take it, the morning after pill will be there. You won’t have to worry about frantically rushing out to a drugstore and dealing with potentially embarrassing interactions. The sooner you take an emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is (read more information about the morning after pill and time period vs effectiveness here). Having the morning after pill on hand can reduce the amount of time needed to take it, compared to the time taken from driving to a drugstore. AfterPill is also significantly more affordable than most drugstore emergency contraceptives, so reducing your chance of pregnancy won’t have to carry a financial burden - just another reason why it pays to be prepared.

Center for Disease Control’s confirmation of the Zika Virus from “Local Mosquitoes” in the U.S. raises unprotected sex risk Posted on 03 Aug 23:00

World Health Organization Encourages Women to Have Emergency Contraception Available Because of Zika Virus Outbreak
Westport, CT, August 2, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s alert by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) over the spread of the Zika Virus by “local mosquitoes” in Florida raises the importance of “after-sex” birth control in the event of unprotected sex.

The World Health Organization and women’s advocacy groups encourage women to travel smart and take precautions to avoid unexpected pregnancy due to birth control failure or unprotected sex. This week’s alert by the CDC underscores the importance of being prepared with an emergency contraceptive.

The AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception provides an affordable option at its AfterPill.com website so a woman can be prepared in the event of unprotected sex or birth control failure.

The World Health Organization (WHO) in its “Prevention of potential sexual transmission of Zika virus” interim guidance published on February 18, 2016, highlighted the importance of access to emergency contraception: “Women who have had unprotected sex and do not wish to become pregnant because of concern with infection with Zika virus should also have ready access to emergency contraceptive services and counselling.”

“At www.AfterPill.com we help make emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception. “AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women,” he commented.








About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older. The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failure occurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours.

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com.


“After-Sex” Birth Control Pill Will Help Reduce Incidence of Unprotected Sex in America Posted on 01 Mar 07:51

An estimated 9.7 million couples each night in America are at risk of unintended pregnancy

 

Westport, CT, March 1, 2016 — According to Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of AfterPillTM emergency contraceptive, nearly 10 million couples are at risk of unintended pregnancy each night in America resulting in 75 million cycles per year in which unprotected sex occurs among women at risk of an unintended pregnancy.1, 2 

“Access to affordable after-sex birth control can help reduce the incidence of unprotected sex in America,” says John Linderman, managing director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of AfterPillTM.   “Nearly one-half of all women ages 15-44 will have had an unintended pregnancy in their lifetime,” he added.  “Fifteen percent of the occasions will occur due to condom failure or misuse.  It is smart to have an emergency birth control product on hand in the event of unprotected sex,” commented Mr. Linderman.

AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women.

Being prepared and having AfterPillTM on hand will help women use an emergency contraceptive more quickly if needed – no rushing to the pharmacy or risking the product not being available, and cost is less of a barrier.  The World Health Organization has long recommended women have an emergency contraceptive on hand.

Like all birth control pills, AfterPill™ does not protect against HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases.

 

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized, over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet for use by women ages 17 and older.  The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failureoccurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours. 

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com

1 Trussell J, Guthrie K. Choosing a Contraceptive: Efficacy, Safety, and Personal Considerations. In Hatcher RA, Trussell J, Nelson A, Cates W, Kowal D, Policar M. Contraceptive Technology: Twentieth Revised Edition. New York NY: Ardent Media, 2011.

2 Trussell J, Emergency Contraception Still the Nation’s Best-Kept Secret.  Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, 2005.

 


AfterPill Importance Grows Given New CDC Warning on Unprotected Sex Risks Posted on 24 Feb 14:18

New alcohol consumption warning raises risk for 43 million sexually active women each year who are not trying to becoming pregnant

Westport, CT, February 9, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s Centers for Disease Control decision to recommend alcohol abstinence for all women who are at risk of unintended pregnancy impacts 43 million women in the U.S. each year and raises the risks of unprotected sex in particular. 

According to the Guttmacher Institute, there are 43 million women in the U.S., 70% of women of child-bearing age, who have sex without the intention of becoming pregnant.  Despite those intentions, one-half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned and 95% occur due to unprotected sex (no birth control method or improper condom or birth control use or failure). 

The CDC recommendation is based on a growing medical concern regarding the risk of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD).  In a report released last October, the American Academy of Pediatrics declared that “no amount of alcohol should be considered safe to drink during any trimester of pregnancy.”  Over 50% of non-pregnant women of child bearing age in the U.S. use alcohol.

“The new CDC recommendation strongly suggests that if you drink alcohol, all pregnancies should be planned and unprotected sex should never occur,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception.  “To reduce unprotected sex, emergency contraception should be affordable and readily available to all women,” he added.  “In fact, the World Health Organization, Planned Parenthood, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and many others suggest women keep emergency contraception on hand in the event of birth control failure or unprotected sex to increase its effectiveness and likelihood of use.”

“At www.AfterPill.com we help reduce the incidence of unprotected sex by making emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” Linderman commented.   AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women.

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older.

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com


Syzygy Healthcare Solutions supports World Health Organization’s Encouragement of “Ready Access” to Emergency Contraception for Women Concerned over Zika Virus Posted on 24 Feb 12:39

Another reason to have AfterPillTM on hand in the event of unprotected sex

Westport, CT, February 22, 2016 — AfterPill.com is reporting that this week’s World Health Organization’s Interim Guidance on the prevention of the Zika virus provides another reason why women and men need to take steps to eliminate unprotected sex.  The AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception provides an affordable option at its AfterPill.com website so a woman can be prepared in the event of unprotected sex or birth control failure.

The World Health Organization (WHO) in its “Prevention of potential sexual transmission of Zika virus” interim guidance published on February 18, 2016, highlights the importance of access to emergency contraception:  “Women who have had unprotected sex and do not wish to become pregnant because of concern with infection with Zika virus should also have ready access to emergency contraceptive services and counselling.” 

“At www.AfterPill.com we help make emergency contraception more affordable with savings up to 60% off the national retail brands,” says John Linderman, Managing Director of Syzygy Healthcare, the makers of the AfterPillTM brand of emergency contraception.   “AfterPill.com provides 100% availability and unrestricted access to the best-selling and #1 doctor-recommended emergency contraception medicine for $20 plus shipping, helping to make emergency birth control more affordable and available for women,” he commented.

About AfterPillTM

AfterPillTM is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized over-the-counter emergency contraceptive (1.5 mg levonorgestrel) tablet made in the U.S. for use by women ages 17 and older.  The dramatically lower price of AfterPillTM is intended to make emergency birth control more affordable and to encourage advance purchase so it is more quickly available in the event of unprotected sex or if birth control failure occurs. The sooner a woman takes a levonorgestrel-based emergency contraceptive, the more effective it is at preventing pregnancy, and research has shown it to be most effective within the first 12 hours. 

For more information, visit www.AfterPill.com