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HELPFUL TOOLS: COUNTDOWN CLOCK

Discover 3 simple tools for saving, finding and taking Plan B One-Step.

Plan B One-Step should be taken as soon as possible within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex or birth control failure. The sooner it’s taken, the better it works. Use as directed.

When did you have unprotected sex or birth control failure?

SELECT THE DAY

SELECT THE TIME
Select the day and time

HELPFUL TOOLS: COUNTDOWN CLOCK

Take Plan B One-Step before

You have hours to take Plan B One-Step, but don't wait! The sooner you take it within the 72-hour (3-day) window—the better it works. Use as directed.

You are past the 72-hour (3-day) window to prevent pregnancy
with Plan B One-Step. You should follow up with a healthcare professional as soon as possible.

HELPFUL TOOLS: COUNTDOWN CLOCK

Take Plan B One-Step before

You have hours to take Plan B One-Step, but don't wait! The
sooner you take it—within the 72-hour (3-day) window—the better it works.
Use as directed.

You are past the 72-hour (3-day) window to prevent pregnancy
with Plan B One-Step. You should follow up with a healthcare professional as soon as possible.

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