Day after pill (DEP) is the most common type of oral contraceptive pill used in the U.S., and is the second most popular brand in the world.
It is a pill that prevents pregnancy.
It has an average effectiveness of 80%, according to a 2015 analysis by the Guttmacher Institute.
While some pills have a higher average efficacy, some pills may be more effective than others, and there are some pills that are better for women than others.
In this article, we’ll compare the different types of DEP pills.
Read more about DEP.
DEP is used for birth control pills for women over the age of 18 who are sexually active and want to avoid pregnancy.
There are two types of DESP, called long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), and short-acting contraceptive pills (SDCs).
LARCs have the advantage of being reversible and therefore you can use them for longer periods of time than the SDCs.
If you want to use them during the day or night, LARC pills may still be the best option.
Long-acting contraceptives can last from a few days to two weeks, while short-acting contraceptives last for up to two months.
However, some women are allergic to long- or short-term birth control pill use, so the longer you use them, the greater the chance of getting an allergic reaction.
For the sake of comparison, we’re going to look at the best DEP pill for each type of birth control.