How will my spouse get emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs)?
According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Plan B (progestin-only) was recently approved to be sold over-the-counter to women who are 18 years of age or older. Women under the age of 18 will need a prescription. Women will have to show proof of age to buy Plan B. Plan B will be sold at pharmacies or stores that have a licensed pharmacist on staff by the end of 2006.
· What are the types of emergency contraception?
· Is emergency contraception the same thing as the “abortion pill?”
· Can my spouse get emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) before she needs them?
· Will ECPs protect my spouse from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)?
· What does my spouse need to do after she takes emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs)?
· Does emergency contraception work all the time?
· Will it harm the baby if my spouse took emergency contraceptive pills (ECPs) that did not work?
· What is emergency contraception (or emergency birth control)?
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