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In Mongolia, you can obtain emergency contraceptive pills (morning after pills) without a prescription at pharmacies. You can obtain medication for yeast infections at pharmacies and for UTIs at hospitals or clinics. There are some alternative menstrual products, such as menstrual cups, sold by online vendors, but this is generally extremely rare. It is much more common to see pads or pantyliners sold in stores. If you need to see a gynecologist, there are options available to you at public hospitals and private clinics/hospitals (see the "Gynecological Exams" section for recommendations and details). Furthermore, abortion is fully permitted and available upon request during the first three months of pregnancy.