Same. You will then realise that the risk of the OP being pregnant (unless her cycle wildly abnormal) is so close to zero that she doesn't need to take any emergency contraception, although I accept there is a miniscule possibility the main reason that is there for the 1 in a million person who has a completely erratic cycle and becomes pregnant. The information is arse covering and does very little to reassure the OP or understand and educate the fundamentals of reproductive physiology.
I also suspect there is an element of deliberate scaremongering (over the arse covering) telling people that technically a pregnancy is possible at any point in the cycle and therefore pushing contraception use. Again, that is the responsible thing to do, but so is reassuring people that are worried by situations based on sound scientific advice.