GEORGIA’S 6-WEEK ABORTION BAN IN EFFECT. If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant and need an abortion, seek care immediately. We are still providing abortion care up to the legal limit. There are exceptions to the law. Please give us a call to know your options. Read what the 6-week ban means for you.

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Emergency Contraception

Emergency Contraception (also known as emergency birth control, morning after pill, Plan B or Ella) is a safe, effective and affordable means of preventing pregnancy when you have unprotected sex or when your other birth control method fails (e.g. condom breakage, forgetting to take pills, etc.).

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How it works

Emergency contraception or emergency birth control is a pill that you must take no later than 120 hours (5 days) after having unprotected sex. The sooner it is taken the more effective it is in preventing pregnancy. Ideally, it should be taken within 72 hours (3 days) of unprotected sex.

Emergency birth control is NOT medication abortion and cannot interrupt an established pregnancy. It works by preventing an egg from being released or by preventing it from being fertilized by sperm.

How to get it

At Feminist Center, we are fortunate to offer our patients emergency contraception for free. Give us a quick call at 404-728-7900 or 1-800-877-6013 to learn more about your options. 

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Important: The most effective form of Emergency Contraception is the copper IUD when placed within 5 days of unprotected sex. Please let our staff know if you need an appointment for copper IUD placement for Emergency Contraception.

Pregnancy Calculator

Enter the first day of your last period to see your options

Please use this calculator before selecting your options from the appointment form below. Note: Seeing a trained medical professional is the only way to accurately determine the length of your pregnancy and what options are available.

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Book an Appointment

Our trained health educators will assist you with setting up an appointment at your convenience and will answer any questions you may have. You can schedule your appointment in Spanish as well. View our pricing page for estimated prices.

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If you are a current GYN patient using our patient portal, you will not be able to send or receive messages from or to our clinic due to technical difficulties. If you would like to contact us, please reach out via phone at (404) 728-7900. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.