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 When was the morning after pill developed?

Answer The "morning-after pill" idea was first developed in 1974 by Albert Yuzpe. It was called the "Yuzpe regimen," which consisted of a series of birth control pills taken to prevent pregnancy. However,... Read More »
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Does prenatal pills make gain weight Because I heard that it does and if you are taking the morning sickness pill do you still need to take the prenatal pill too?

Doesn't matter, although she might prefer it if he has the strength to be reasonably active during the act.
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When does the morning after pill need to be taken?

A woman should take the morning after pill as soon as possible after she's had unprotected sex. However, the pill can be taken up to five days, or 120 hours, later.Source:Planned Parenthood: Emerge... Read More »
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Do you have to be 18 to get the morning after pill?

You do not have to be 18 or receive parental consent to obtain the morning-after pill. Women who are 16 or younger require a prescription from a doctor to receive the pill, according to the Emergen... Read More »
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I have taken the morning after pill?

Take the morning after pill just to be assured of no surprises. As well get the pill organised for the future, prescribed by medical doctors.
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