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A survey of four international social marketing organisations, that have a focus on contraceptive products, aimed to better understand how this sector is expanding access to emergency contraception and to identify what steps could be taken to improve availability of emergency contraceptive products.
Food and Drug Administration to make emergency contraception available over the counter without restriction, citing earlier actions by U.
District Court Judge Edward Korman's court order to make two-pill versions of levonorgestrel-based emergency contraception available without a prescription and without point-of-sale or age restrictions.
Boots Ireland will become the first pharmacy in the country to sell emergency contraception without a prescription from a doctor.
Emergency contraceptive pills containing levonorgestrel are not effective at preventing pregnancy if taken after ovulation, according to a study of 388 women aged 18-38 who requested emergency contraception at a Chilean Institute of Reproductive Medicine clinic in Santiago within 120 hours of unprotected sex.
In considering the range of methods to be offered, it explained that "grantees should consider the availability of emergency contraception the same as any other method.
Washington, Mar 17 (ANI): Women who take emergency contraception in advance of need do not reduce their chances of getting pregnant, despite increased and faster use of such medications after unprotected sexual intercourse, concludes a new study.
Other than attitudinal measures, one of the key predictors of residents' provision of counseling and intention to provide emergency contraception was having had a clinical preceptor who encouraged them to offer this service.