Discreet and Convenient Access to Emergency Contraception

At VSM Pharmacy, we understand the importance of providing reliable and accessible emergency contraceptive services. Our online platform offers a safe and confidential way to obtain the morning-after pill (levonorgestrel) without the need for a face-to-face consultation.

Complete a Simple Online Consultation: Our user-friendly online consultation form allows you to provide relevant medical information in a secure and private manner.

Pharmacist Review: One of our qualified pharmacists will review your consultation to ensure the morning-after pill is suitable and safe for you.

Discreet Delivery: Your emergency contraception will be discreetly packaged and delivered to your preferred address within the UK before 1PM on the next working day.

Key Benefits

  • Convenience: Access emergency contraception from the comfort of your home, without the need for an in-person appointment.
  • Privacy: Our online platform ensures your personal information and medical details remain strictly confidential.
  • Prompt Delivery: With our efficient delivery service, you can receive your emergency contraception promptly when you need it most.
  • Expert Guidance: Our experienced pharmacists are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding emergency contraception.

Safety and Effectiveness

The morning-after pill is a safe and effective form of emergency contraception when taken within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected sexual intercourse. It is important to note that it does not protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and should not be used as a regular form of contraception.

Responsible Use

At VSM Pharmacy, we promote the responsible use of emergency contraception. Our service is intended for individuals who have had unprotected sex or experienced contraceptive failure, and should not be used as a substitute for regular contraceptive methods.

Discreet Packaging and Delivery

Your privacy is our top priority. All orders are shipped in discreet, unmarked packaging to ensure confidentiality.

Get Started

To access our emergency contraception service, simply click the “Start Consultation” button below and complete the online form. Our pharmacists will review your request promptly, and if approved, your order will be processed for discreet delivery.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the Medication

If you’re wondering whether the morning-after pill (emergency contraception) would be suitable for your situation, we’re here to help. We understand that this can be a stressful and sensitive matter, which is why we aim to provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment for you to discuss your concerns openly.

The morning-after pill is most effective when taken as soon as possible after unprotected sexual intercourse or contraceptive failure. Its effectiveness decreases over time, and it may not be suitable if more than 120 hours (5 days) have passed since the incident you’re concerned about. Additionally, the morning-after pill cannot terminate an existing pregnancy.

Before taking the morning-after pill, it’s essential to disclose any relevant medical information to our pharmacists. This includes:

  • Allergies or intolerances to any of the pill’s ingredients or sugars
  • Current medications you’re taking, as some may interact with the morning-after pill
  • Digestive disorders that may affect absorption
  • History of ectopic pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding status

If you’ve taken the morning-after pill recently during the same menstrual cycle, you cannot take it again.

The sooner after unprotected sex you take the morning after pill, the more likely it is to be effective. That said, it’s not guaranteed to prevent pregnancy. About 2% of people who take the morning after pill after unprotected sex may still become pregnant.

If you take the morning after pill within 24 hours – or, better, within 12 hours – it’s very likely to prevent pregnancy. It still has an effect up to 5 days after sex, but, the longer you wait, the less likely it is to work. You should stay aware of the possibility that you may become pregnant.

If you’re already pregnant, the morning after pill won’t stop the pregnancy.

The morning after pill helps to delay ovulation, which is part of the reason it’s important to take it as soon as possible. If you’ve already ovulated this month, the pill won’t be effective.

The morning after pill helps to prevent pregnancy, but it has no effect against sexually transmitted infections. If you think you might have an STI, you should contact a sexual health clinic straight away. Woking Sexual Health Clinic and Buryfields Sexual Health Clinic are both within fifteen miles of our pharmacy.

You can use the morning after pill as an emergency measure if for any reason you’ve had unprotected sex, but it’s best not to rely on it as your only form of contraception, as it’s not guaranteed to be effective and doesn’t prevent STDs. You can speak privately to our pharmacist, your GP or a family planning clinic if you have any questions about what contraception to use.

There are two different morning after pills: Levonelle and ellaOne. You should read the information sheet that comes with the pill to make sure you know which one you’re taking and how it works.

Put the pill on your tongue and swallow it with water; don’t chew it.

Make a note of the time you take the pill. If you throw up at some point in the next three hours, you might need to take another one. Ask us for advice.

There are some potential morning after pill side effects, such as fatigue, nausea, dizziness, headaches, unusual menstrual bleeding and tenderness in the breasts. Not everyone experiences these, and they’ll usually go away within a few days.

If you have trouble breathing, or if you notice swelling in your face or throat, you should get medical help straight away.

It’s normal for your cycle to be thrown off slightly after taking the pill, but take a pregnancy test if your period is noticeably lighter or heavier than usual, or if it’s late by six or more days.

About the Service​

You simply need to pay the delivery fee of £6.99 or select local pick up if you live near our store in Camberley. 

This service is free in partnership with Surrey County Council as long as you provide us with accurate personal details. If your name, date of birth or post code are incorrect, we will not be able to ship the morning after pill free of charge. 

We deliver Monday to Friday before 1PM. There are no weekend deliveries. Please come in store if you need to access the service on a Saturday. 

This service is suitable for anyone over 18 years old. 

We deliver your order with next working day delivery by 1PM. But if you would rather come in store, our address is 124 Frimley Road, Camberley, GU15 2QN.

Our pharmacy emergency hormonal contraception service is easily accessible from Camberley, Blackwater, Sandhurst, Frimley, Deepcut, Cove, Hawley, Mytchett, Crowthorne, Surrey Heath, Farnborough, Finchampstead, Ash Vale, Fleet, Bisley, Windlesham, Aldershot, Brookwood, Hartley Wintney, Sunninghill, Pirbright, Bagshot, Bracknell and many other locations in Surrey.

If you decide to come in person and do not fill in the form on our website, the pharmacist will need to go over the questions with you before being able to issue you with the morning after pill.

The appointment would typically last 10 minutes to ensure we have enough time to go through our questionnaire.

We use Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm

Any order placed before 2 PM from Monday to Friday will be delivered by 1 PM the next day. There are no deliveries during the weekend but you can come in store on Saturday or on Monday during opening hours.

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