Monthly Archives: June 2010

Morning After Pill: Public Controversy

However, it is obvious that sometimes it can be very hard or almost impossible to find a doctor, who would write a prescription, and to find a pharmacy, which sells Plan B, within only 24 hours. That is why in December 2003, the Food and Drug Administration of the USA recommended distributing emergency contraception to

Plan B: Morning After Pill

So-called “morning-after pill”, which is also known as emergency contraception or PCP (post-coitus pill), is a type of contraception pill, which has to be taken not before an unprotected sexual intercourse, but within 24-72 hours after it. The latest chemical version of this pill contains a high dose of such female-type hormone as progestin (levonorgestrel).