Latest Emergency contraception Stories
A new study found that a surprising number of adult women ages 18 and up are opting to delay or completely skip their monthly menstruation. They are achieving this by deviating from the instructions that come with birth-control pills or other hormonal contraceptives.
The Food and Drug Administration approved on Tuesday the over-the-counter sale of morning-after pills for those 15 years of age and older, and will make the pills available on store shelves, rather than being sold from a pharmacy.
A federal judge has decided to make the "morning after" emergency contraception pill available to all girls of reproductive age.
The CDC and Prevention wrote in a report on Thursday more and more women in the US are taking the "morning-after" pill.
According to the study, parents are far more accepting of their young daughters using the birth control pill than in the utilization of any other form of contraception. This bias extended even to the use of condoms.
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