Swift Response, Peace of Mind

Swift Response, Peace of Mind

Emergency contraception you can trust. HSA-approved morning-after pill delivered to you discreetly within 4 hours.

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Women health made easy with Cloud Clinic

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Emergency Contraception, Your Backup Plan

Emergency Contraception, Your Backup Plan

No need for uncomfortable clinic visits and long queues. Be in control at the comfort of your own home.

Empowering Choices in Critical Moments

Empowering Choices in Critical Moments

Unfortunately, the effectiveness of the morning-after pill reduces with time. Act fast, Dame can help you.

Meet Our Founder and Doctor

Meet Our Founder and Doctor

Dr Bosty Chan

“At Dame, we understand that unexpected situations can arise – having access to emergency contraception is crucial. Your well-being is our priority and we are here to support you every step of the way.”

MBChB (UK), MRCS (Edinburgh), Cert. in Andrology

Dr Bosty Chan

“At Dame, we understand that unexpected situations can arise – having access to emergency contraception is crucial. Your well-being is our priority and we are here to support you every step of the way.”

MBChB (UK), MRCS (Edinburgh), Cert. in Andrology

Prioritise Your Health In 3 Simple Steps

Prioritise Your Health In 3 Simple Steps

*MOH requires all HCI-registered telemedicine clinics to perform a single video consultation

17,275 boxes

17,275 boxes

of emergency contraception purchased in Singapore in 2020. The Straits Times

of emergency contraception purchased in Singapore in 2020. The Straits Times

FAQs

According to the WHO, emergency contraception can be used in such situations following sexual intercourse to prevent unwanted pregnancy. These include:

  • When no contraceptive has been used
  • Sexual assault when the woman was not protected by an effective contraceptive method (You can seek help in Singapore here)
  • When there is concern of possible contraceptive failure, from improper or incorrect use, such as:
    • Condom breakage, slippage or incorrect use
    • Missed or late administration of regular oral or injectable contraceptives (always check with your doctor as it varies with different products)
    • Dislodgment, breakage, tearing or early removal of a diaphragm or cervical cap Failed withdrawal (e.g. ejaculation in the vagina or on external  genitalia)
    • Failure of a spermicide tablet or film to melt before intercourse
    • Miscalculation of the abstinence period, or failure to abstain or use a barrier method on the fertile days of the cycle when using fertility awareness  based methods
    • Expulsion of an intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD) or hormonal contraceptive implant

All methods of emergency contraception including the morning-after pill work by lowering the chance that an egg will be fertilised by sperm. Basically, they create an unfriendly environment in a woman’s body to reduce the chances for fertilisation to happen.

It cannot reverse a pregnancy that has already occurred. If pregnancy has started in the woman’s body, it will not interfere with or harm the pregnancy.

The emergency contraceptive pills or morning-after pills have efficacy rates of 58-98% in preventing pregnancies. Time is of the essence. The sooner you take the morning-after pill or emergency pill after unprotected sex, the better they work.

No, taking the morning-after pill does not affect your ability to have a baby later. However, if you find that you need emergency contraception more than two or three times a month, our doctors would recommend that you consider starting regular birth control pills. Birth control pills are safer and more effective when used as prescribed (up to 99% effective in preventing pregnancies).

Nausea and vomiting are the most common side effects of the morning-after pill. However these symptoms are usually mild and go away in one or two days. If you vomit within 3 hours of taking the emergency pill, your medication may not be as effective.

At Dame, we are on this journey with you. If this happens, contact our support team for the need for an additional dose of the medication.

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