If you think you might be pregnant as a result of rape, you have a choice of different places where you can take a pregnancy test and discuss your options.
These include your GP / local doctor, the SARC, a family planning, sexual health or GUM clinic, or a Brook centre.
You can take the Emergency Contraceptive (or 'Morning After') Pill up to 3 days (72 hours) after the attack. Alternatively, an IUD (intra-uterine device), often called a coil, can be fitted up to 5 days (120 hours) afterwards and must remain inside you until the time of your next period. You can get Emergency Contraception from your GP or local sexual health clinic. You can buy the Emergency Contraceptive Pill from a pharmacy for around £25.
If you are pregnant and don't want to continue with the pregnancy, you can contact your GP / local doctor, a family planning clinic, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas), or Marie Stopes to discuss a termination (abortion).