Quoting I'm me:" today and it is best if taken with in 72 hrs."I would certainly try and get it tomorrow then. I wouldnt even bother taking some hand made EC. Just wait till tomorrow. I have never been able to get plan B same day but the 2 times I have used it at 48 hours, nothing came of it...so thats 50/50 it worked or I wasnt going to get pregnant anyway, but thats pretty good odds.
Quoting I'm me:" Do you have to have a prescription for your insurance to cover plan B? I would have to go through the ER to get a prescription, and that would cost more than the just out right buying it."
Quoting Momma to L ♥:" Nope, you don't need a prescription, just walk into the pharmacy and ask for it."
Quoting I'm me:" will the insurance cover it w/o a prescription?"depends on your insurance. if you have state insurance, you go to the pharmacy, tell them you need plan b and they pharmacist writes the prescription there and fills it.
Quoting I'm me:" it wasn't intentionally unprotected. The condom busted."
Quoting Red Bottom:" If you're on birth control, I wouldn't be that worried then....if you're not going to go get Plan B. But definitely don't go making your own plan B concoctions with your birth control. "
Quoting I'm me:" I did get the plan b. I don't regularly take the pill they make me have mood swings. It was a full pack ... [snip!] ... b. They use the same estrogen/progesterone. If you check it out there is a whole list of them. Thanks everyone for the replies."
Quoting Red Bottom:" I certainly hope you didn't decide you were a google doctor and do this. "
Quoting I'm me:" No I asked the pharmacist. Ortho tri cyclin doesn't use the same form of estrogen. the progesterone is the same but it is unsure if it would work since both hormones are not the same."
Quoting Red Bottom:" perfect."