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Non-Prescription Morning After Pill up for Vote


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Aug 26, 2005
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The FDA announced that they would be taking public feedback on whether or not the morning after pill Plan B should be switched to non-prescription. They were supposed to make a final decision by the upcoming first of next month, but have delayed, in response to public outcries. They now want the public to join into the debate...

This emergency contraceptive only contains the same hormones in regular birth control pills. It acts primarily by stopping the release of an egg from the ovary. It may prevent the union of sperm and egg (fertilization). If fertilization does occur, it may prevent a fertilized egg from attaching to the womb. If a fertilized egg is implanted prior to taking Plan B, Plan B will not work.

So i think that rules out the theory of contraceptive, in my opinion.

Just wondering what you all think. Whether they should allow it or not.
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