In the afternoon, my boyfriend touched the pill at 7 p.m. and had sex at 11 p.m. Made with a sleeve. It's not broken. Do you need a pill tomorrow?
Having sex four hours after taking the emergency contraceptive pill is generally not secondary, because most can still be protected, but all pills have the chance of failure, so we must first take contraceptive measures in the future.
The emergency contraceptive you just took at 7 p.m. and have sex at 11 p.m. if you used to take one pill, you'd better not take it at night. If you're worried about accidental pregnancy, you should decide how to remedy it according to the time of your menstrual cycle, or you can use a metal birth control device to remedy it. If your second sexual life is a full course condom contraceptive, and the condom is not damaged, you don't need to take emergency contraceptives. This contraceptive method generally won't fail.
Some emergency contraceptives are packed in one pill or two pills. If it is packed in one pill, you only need to take it once. If it is packed in two pills, you need to take it twice. If it is determined that there is no possibility of pregnancy in the second sexual life, you don't need to reuse one pill. There is a great risk of continuous use of emergency contraceptives in the short term. If there is no fertility requirement, please choose a safer contraceptive method