Birth Control Prices effective Oct 20, 2015 (Schedule A, pages 4 & 5)
The Sexual Health Program promotes and celebrates healthy sexuality.
Click here to learn more about the services offered by the Sexual Health Program.
Staff in the program offer services based on the following guiding principles... we are:
- A positive space for LGBT persons
"PLAN B" - the Emergency Contraceptive Pill
Health Canada has recently stated that the Emergency Contraceptive pill ("ECP", "Plan B", or sometimes called the "morning after pill") may show reduced effectiveness in women over 165 pounds (75kg). Please call the Sexual Health Program at (807)625-5976 and ask to speak with a nurse for details.
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- At this time, it is Health Canada's view that the benefits of these contraceptive pills (birth control pills) continue to outweigh the risks when used according to the approved labelling instructions. The risk of blood clots with these products is well known and is included in the drug label. Health Canada is taking steps to communicate with both health care providers and patients about these risks. Health Canada is continuing to monitor the safety of all drugs on the market, including birth control pills. If you have questions, please talk to your health care provider or contact the Sexual Health clinic.