Emergency contraception, also called Plan B can be a total life saver if your birth control fails you. Contrary to popular belief, Plan B is not an abortion pill - it's simply 2 little pills that contain levonorgestrel, the same hormone found in regular birth control pills, but just a stronger dose.
When taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, they can prevent the fertilization of your egg. If the egg is already fertilized, Plan B can prevent it from attaching to the uterus.
Plan B can only prevent a pregnancy that hasn't happened yet. It's also good to know that if you take Plan B and you are already prego, it will not harm the pregnancy.
So with all that said, I want to know...