Can I buy it without prescription for post-mortem contraceptives without parents and guardians?
Q: A woman in her late teens (second year of high school). Late at night, I had a relationship with my junior boyfriend (15 years old), who is a middle school student, while drinking in our rooftop tent.(After oral sexual intercourse, I had two no-con vaginal examinations.) I slept during childbearing, so I think I should take post-natal medicine.
If you are a minor, do you need a guardian to visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic and get a prescription for a post birth control pill? Can’t I buy it without a prescription?
A: Post birth control pills are not available without a prescription. It is a high-dose hormone preparation, so you must consult a doctor and get a prescription and submit it to the pharmacy to purchase it.
You don’t necessarily need a guardian to visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic, so it’s better to visit the hospital as soon as possible for a prescription (you should take it within 72 hours to see the contraceptive effect). Eating within 24 hours increases the rate of contraception.)
For reference, taking contraceptives afterwards can cause side effects such as menstrual irregularities, irregular bleeding, and ovulation disorders.