The Morning After Pill.....

@amafrias (456)
United States
December 21, 2006 10:01pm CST
Do you really know what it is? Do you know how it works? Let me know if your for or against it and why? Copied From: {What does it do?It stops you from becoming pregnant – at least, in the vast majority of cases. It’s not 100 per cent effective, but the failure rate is quite low – probably about 10 per cent, and rather better than that if you take it as early as possible. The PCP is believed to work principally by preventing your ovaries from releasing an egg, and by affecting the womb lining, so that a fertilised egg couldn’t ‘embed’ itself there. In Britain and many other western countries, it is not regarded as an abortion-causing drug, but as a contraceptive.}
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@emeraldisle (13143)
• United States
22 Jan 07
I don't have a problem with it. I think it is a great alternative especially for women who can't use the pill. This is at least another form of protection for them. Also it is great for women who have been raped. They don't have to worry about having an abortion or raising a child from such a situation. It takes that worry from them. No i don't think of it as abortion since the fetus never happens with it. It prevents that so it is no different then the pill or any other contraceptive out there.