Our expert says:
The pharmacist may have been mistaken in that morning after pills can be used more frequently. However it appears that you require a more definite form of contraception since your accident rate is higher than the average. The morning after pill disturbs the endometrium (lining of uterus) and thereby prevents implantation. However if used too frequently it may disrupt your menstrual cycle and cause abnormal bleeding and should therefore should not be used as a contraceptive perse, but more as an emergency measure.
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