Date: December 12, 2018

Cloudy. Rain showers or flurries beginning early this evening and ending near midnight then 30 percent chance of flurries overnight. Risk of freezing drizzle overnight. Fog patches developing overnight. Wind southeast 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming west 20 near midnight then light overnight. Low minus 2. Wind chill minus 6 overnight.


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Emergency Contraceptive

This page was reviewed or revised on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 11:15 AM

The Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) is available behind the counter at pharmacies and at local health clinics including Lambton Public Health. No prescription is needed.

The ECP is only a back-up method and should not be used in place of a regular birth control method. It can be taken when no protection was used, the condom or barrier broke, or birth control was used incorrectly. It cannot terminate a pregnancy that has already started but, if taken within 5 days of unprotected sexual intercourse, it can prevent a pregnancy from starting.

Sexual Health Clinic Schedule - includes hours and locations of sexual health clinics at Lambton Public Health.

For more information on the ECP:

Emergency Contraception After Sex

Plan B One-Step

If you have taken the ECP, and you are late for your next period view the pregnancy and testing choices section for further instructions.