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Originally posted by halfoldman
Ooh, or we could have just used a condom.
But I suppose nobody's ever heard of one those naughty things!edit on 8-12-2011 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by tjack
But unfortunately, if we get too blasted and certain things happen, as they often do when partying, we still get to gamble on the possibility of the life-altering consequences of parenthood.
No morning after pill for YOU!
Emergency contraception or birth control must be done under the supervision of a fertility and reproductive health specialist because if it is done improperly, it could have long term side effects and can be harmful for health of a woman. In some cases, contraceptive pills can also cause difficulty in getting pregnant for a few months after stopping the pills. Emergency contraception should be used sparingly.
Originally posted by DerbyCityLights
Talk about spin....The morning after pill IS still available. It is NOT available to kids that are 17 and under. As it should be. Get off your high horse.