No, unfortunately in Saskatchewan Plan B is still a prescribed drug and not sold over the counter. We need you to be the one to come in to pick it up.

You must be 21 years old or 3 years from when you started having sex, whichever comes later.

No, you will need to book for a time when you are not spotting or bleeding.

Take it as soon as you remember and take your next dose at the regular time. If this is the first pill of a new pack use a backup method for 1 week. If you have had unprotected sex you should consider getting a Plan B. If you have missed more than two pills please call the office to speak with a nurse.

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Practicing safer sex involves using barriers to prevent the spread of STIs, getting tested regularly, using birth control (if pregnancy is possible), and talking honestly with partners. Consent, well-being, and pleasure are important for our sexual health!

burning sensation while peeing can be caused by an urinary tract infection (UTI) or a sexually transmitted infection, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea.