When was the morning-after pill introduced?

Answer The morning-after pill is emergency contraception that became available in 1999, according to The morning-after pill can prevent an unwanted pregnancy up to five days after unprotecte... Read More »

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Are there complications with pregnancy when you become pregnant after taking the morning after pill?

Unfortunately there is no easy way to answer this for you or to make you feel better but child birth is difficult for everyone but at your age you will have extra obstacles and yes it does and will... Read More »

When was the morning after pill created?

The FDA approved emergency contraception options, known as the morning after pill, on two separate occasions. The first pill, Preven, was approved in 1998. Then in 1999, the FDA approved Plan B as ... Read More »

When was the morning after pill developed?

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 »

When do women take the morning after pill?

Women can take the morning-after pill, a form of emergency contraception, up to 72 hours after sexual intercourse. Some morning-after pills also include a second dose, which is taken 12 hours after... Read More »