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All About Emergency Contraception
Emergency contraception has been available for more than 30 years and is a safe and effective way to help prevent a potential unwanted pregnancy.
The Emergency Contraception Debate
The use of emergency contraception or Plan B One-Step continues to be a source of controversy in the United States. Some of the debate stems from people confusing Plan B One-Step with the abortion pill (RU486)
Emergency Contraceptive Options:
Plan B One-Step EC
Learn all about Plan B One-Step including information about it's cost, side effects, where to obtain, and when to use.
My Way and Next Choice One Dose
These morning-after pills are generic alternative to Plan B One-Step. They help to prevent pregnancy in the same way as Plan B One-Step.
This emergency contraceptive is a cheaper, 2-pill generic alternative for the old Plan B.
This is a newer type of emergency contraception. It does not contain any hormones and can taken 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex or contraception failure.
Morning-After Pill: Past and Present:
The good, the bad, the ups, and the downs of this long journey.
Decided in 2013, Tummino v. Hamburg paved the way for the over-the-counter access of Plan B One-Step.
The play-by-play account of the heated fight to make emergency contraception more accessible.
Did you know that the FDA labeling on Plan B claims one thing whereas research proves just the opposite? Learn how this emergency contraceptive works even though it's product label makes different claims.
Learn factual information about RU486, the abortion pill. This FDA-approved medical abortion pill is a safe way to have a nonsurgical abortion. It is not the same thing as the morning-after pill.