Prepare for emergencies with Arya

Buy emergency contraception from $25

If you had unprotected sex or if your primary birth control method didn’t work, emergency contraception can help prevent unwanted pregnancy.

Get the morning-after pill in 3 easy steps:

Make an appointment

Speak to our doctor online

We’ll send it to you in 4 hours

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Here’s what you need to know:

When to take it

Despite being known as the ‘morning-after’ pill, you don’t have to wait until daytime to take it. It’s best taken within 72 hours after having unprotected sex.

How you may feel

You may feel nauseous after taking the pill but it’ll improve in 48 hours or less. Take a nap or have a snack if you need it.

We’ve got you covered

We deliver our emergency contraceptives discreetly, and in 4 hours after doctor’s consultation.

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of with Arya

Sometimes we can plan for everything to go right, and mistakes still happen but that’s okay. We’re here to help.

What are my options?

Here’s what you need to know:


Postinor-2 is only effective up to 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex and is less effective the later you take it in that 72-hour window. Postinor-2 is a series of 2 tablets. The first tablet is taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex; The second tablet is taken 12 hours after the first tablet.


Ella is 98% effective at preventing pregnancies up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex and does not lose effectiveness over that time. Ella is taken as a single tablet.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Delivery is free! Please ensure you will be home to receive the parcel, or anyone to receive it on your behalf.
You may include special delivery instructions in the shipping note at check-out. Please note that we are not responsible for any loss or damage to the parcel. We will also not be able to change the delivery address once the order is approved.

Should the first attempt of the delivery is unsuccessful, we will contact you for re-delivery. There will be a redelivery fee of $9.50 Nett. To prevent this outcome, please notify us early!

The most important point is to know the exact number of hours you had unprotected sexual intercourse as it will determine whether the emergency contraceptive will work for you, and which brand to take. Despite being known as the ‘morning-after’ pill, the best time to take it is as soon as possible after unprotected sexual intercourse to improve its effectiveness. With Ella, you can take the pill up to 5 days after. The pill is generally well tolerated, and is best taken after food. Sometimes, slight nausea may occur, and if you vomit within 3 hours, another tablet should be taken.

Monthly birth control pills generally contain two hormones that prevent ovulation (egg release) and inhibit sperm from entering the uterus, by making the cervical mucous unfriendly to sperm; this should be taken regularly as a form of contraception.
Whereas emergency contraceptive is, as the name suggests, used only when you miss your regular pills and have unprotected sex, or when a condom breaks.

Some women experience nausea, headaches, and breast tenderness. It’s best to refer to the product insert or to consult your doctor for more information.