Emergency contraceptive pills (a.k.a. the morning-after pill) can help prevent pregnancy if you had unprotected sex or your contraceptive method failed. With Ease, you can see a licensed Singapore doctor and get it online - discreet and hassle-free.
from $45.00 incl. medical fees & delivery
The morning-after pill can help prevent pregnancy if you had unprotected sex or your contraceptive method failed. With Ease, you can now get it online - discreet and hassle-free.
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Fill in our health questionnaire and speak with one of our doctors.
Our doctor reviews your emergency pill request & issues a prescription.
Receive your emergency pills in discreet, unbranded packaging.
We’re here to answer questions & support your healthcare journey
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Staying on top of your health and wellness should be easy and accessible for everyone. By removing the need for uncomfortable trips to the clinic and long queues at the pharmacy, we put you in control.
incl. medical fees & delivery within Singapore
Why buy emergency contraceptive pills online?
Emergency Contraceptive Pill
from $45 incl. medical fees & delivery within Singapore
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Ease has made it so convenient and affordable to access sensitive information and care related to women’s health… that is discreet & non-judgemental, allowing more people to look after their sexual and reproductive health more effectively.
Access Specialised Care
Speaking with experienced doctors is very important when it comes to your health to ensure you get the right advice and support you need. We partner with local licensed doctors in Singapore who are experienced in women's health. This means that you will be able to access reliable advice from a Singapore physician who understands your needs and concerns.
Speak to a Pharmacist On-Demand
Your medication will be processed by local, qualified pharmacists in Singapore, who are ready to advise you on a range of matters relating to your medication including dosage, side effects, missed pills, among other questions you may have.
We’re here to support you, each step of the way. With our team of doctors, trained care professionals, pharmacists and specialised customer care team you’ll never need to worry again. We can help address any issues, answer any questions and provide guidance on your sexual and reproductive health journey.
Emergency Contraceptive Pills
Depending on the brand, either: ~95% effective if taken within 24hrs from unprotected sex; or ~85% effective if taken within 5 days from unprotected sex.
No. of pills per pack
1 or 2, depending on the brand
No. of brands available
Discuss with our doctor
if you have
Blood clots, migraines, history of breast cancer in family, high blood pressure or if you are or think you are already pregnant
Ease is the perfect platform for women (and others)... access that is discreet and non-judgemental is allowing more people to look after their sexual and reproductive health more effectively.
Dr. Khoo Hoon Eng
Associate Professor, NUS School of Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions about Emergency Contraceptive Pills
Emergency contraception works by blocking your ovaries from ovulating. If you do not release an egg during ovulation, you cannot get pregnant. Emergency contraception is not an abortion pill and will not work if you are already pregnant.
You may wish to consider taking emergency contraceptive pills if:
- You had sex without a condom or if the condom breaks, slips, or falls off.
- You had sex and have missed your combined hormonal contraception (pill, patch, or ring) for more than 24 hours.
- You had sex and are more than 3 hours late while on the progesterone-only pill.
Yes. Due to health regulations, you will need to attend a short video check-in appointment with a doctor before your emergency contraceptive pill can be dispensed.
Our prices for emergency contraceptive pills start from $45. This price includes the medication, doctor fees & delivery.
You can receive your emergency contraceptive pills in as little as 4 hours after your doctor’s appointment (for purchases made before 4pm). Purchases made after 4pm will be delivered by 2pm the next day. Please note that you will need to be home to receive the package.
Emergency contraceptive pills should not be used as regular birth control. Although there are no known health risks, regular use can result in increased side effects (like irregular bleeding).
If you find that you need emergency contraception more than 2 or 3 times a month, we recommend that you consider starting regular birth control which is much more effective (up to 99% effective when used as directed) compared to emergency contraception (ranges from 58%-94% effective, depending on the time taken), and also more affordable in the long-term.
While most individuals do not experience side effects from using emergency contraceptive pills, some do experience spotting or irregular bleeding about one week before and/or after their scheduled period. Other potential side effects include nausea*, vomiting*, headache, dizziness, breast soreness, or cramping for 1 to 2 days after taking emergency contraception.
*If you vomit within 2 hours of taking emergency contraception, your body may not have absorbed the pill and you will need to purchase a new pill. If this happens, please contact us immediately at email@example.com or 3138 5305.
Emergency contraceptive pills have efficacy rates of 58% – 94% in preventing pregnancies. The efficacy depends on the time the medication is taken and the brand of emergency contraception purchased.
Birth control pills are taken regularly to prevent pregnancy, while emergency contraceptive pills are used as backup contraception to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or when birth control fails. Emergency contraception should not be used as regular birth control. Although there are no known health risks, regular use can result in increased side effects such as irregular bleeding.
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