morning after pill

With the heartbreaking photo of a Syrian child rescued from a bombed house making its way around the internet -- as well as our nonstop election circus -- it's time for some good news for a change. The CDC reports that pregnancy in teens aged 15-19 has fallen by 46 percent from 2007 to 2015.
Emergency contraceptives, like Plan B One-Step, are taken to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Because they are most often taken the morning after intercourse, they re commonly known as the morning after pill. Its a bit of a misnomer: if taken within 72 of unprotected sex, emergency contraceptives can decrease the chance of getting pregnant by 89 perce
Plan B becoming available to girls of all ages was a huge victory for contraception availability advocates. However, lifting the age restrictions for Teva s Plan B One-Step