How Does the Morning-After Pill Work
This week she's discussing emergency contraception and the morning-after pill ... sex to take the pills. Additionally, emergency contraception does not prevent pregnancy for any unprotected intercourse you may have after taking the pills and does not ...
The women who use the morning after pill as everyday contraception
Did such a scare mean that Serena did not forget to take her contraceptive pills again? Quite the opposite. Knowing there was the 'safety net' of the morning-after pill ... on long-term health," she insists, "but Levonelle does not work as well as regular ...
Birth control pill FAQ: Benefits, risks and choices
Traditional birth control pills mimic a regular ... control pill can you conceive? After you stop taking the pill, you may have only a two-week delay before you ovulate again. Your period would follow about four to six weeks after you take the last pill.
One in 9 U.S. women report taking morning-after-pill
NEW YORK -- About 1 in 9 U.S. women have used the morning-after pill after ... about a more regular form" of birth control, noted Lawrence Finer, director of domestic research for the Guttmacher Institute, a non-profit group that does research on ...
Morning-after pill's ties to abortion questioned, yet again
If you read some of the labels, the morning-after pills work primarily by "stopping (or delaying) the release of an egg from the ovary." But the controversy has been - and continues to be - whether taking the morning-after pill is tantamount to abortion.