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Emergency Contraception Finally OTC in the US.

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Submitted by Jill on Tue, 2006-08-29 17:00

Well, for women 18 and older.

Minors will still need a prescription to obtain emergency contraception in most states. Despite the restriction, this is a step in the right direction that was a long overdue. For more information about emergency contraception and how it works, check out this article on Scarleteen's main site: Emergency Contraception. To learn more about the accessibility of the morning after pill in your state is the place to start.

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