A package containing a Plan B One-Step tablet, often known as the "morning-after pill." (Credit: AP/eva Women's Health)
Q. When a teenager takes the Plan B "morning after" pill to prevent pregnancy, what is it doing to her body?
A. The Plan B emergency contraception pill has been in the news recently as branches of government argue over the age girls should be allowed to buy it without a prescription or identification. The one-dose pill contains 1.5 milligrams of levonorgestrel, the same progesterone hormone...
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