The government doesn't want Plan B to be sold on drugstore shelves.
The government just overruled the FDA's decision to allow Plan B (the pill which, if taken 72 hours after sex can very significantly reduce the risk of pregnancy) to be sold on drugstores shelves to anyone of age. Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claimed she overruled the decision due to a concern for its use by young teens. Plan B is currently only available with a prescription to anyone under 16. Fortunately it's still available behind the counters for everyone else, though there are always concerns about shortages or absolutely awful pharmacists. We talked to some ladies who have used Plan B to see what their experience was like.
Read it on The Gloss: Real Talk: FDA Decision On Plan B Overruled — Have You Ever Had Trouble Getting It?
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