Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Emergency Contraception: 5-Day Post-Sex Pill (

A new emergency contraception pill works even when taken up to five days after sex. Scottish researchers showed that ulipristal, the new drug, worked two days longer than the current three-day drug, levonorgestrel. Emergency contraception uses hormones to either prevent the release of an egg by the ovary in the hours after sex, or stop it implanting into the the womb.

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