- Plan B® One-Step is more effective the sooner it is taken after unprotected intercourse or contraceptive failure and is most effective when taken within 24 hours.1
- A woman only has a few days to prevent an unplanned pregnancy after unprotected intercourse, or contraceptive failure, and you play a critical role in providing access to emergency contraception (EC). By keeping Plan B® One-Step in stock, you ensure that it is available for her when she needs it.
- Plan B® One-Step must be stocked behind the pharmacy counter.
- Plan B® One-Step is available at the pharmacy counter for consumers 17 and older with a government-issued ID.
- A prescription is needed for women under 17.
- Plan B® One-Step comes in one package used for both prescription and OTC use.
The NDC number for Plan B® One-Step is 51285-942-88.
- To order, simply contact your wholesaler. For more information, call the Plan B® One-Step Information Center toll-free number, 1-800-330-1271.
Important stocking information:
- The shelf life is 24 months from date of manufacture
- The Plan B® One-Step package contains a 1-tablet course of treatment
- The tablet is white, round, and marked G00 (on one side)
- Store Plan B® One-Step at controlled room temperature
Timing is critical to the efficacy of Plan B® One-Step, which is available without a prescription to consumers age 17 and older. However, a prescription is still required for women under 17. Recognizing the importance of pharmacy access to emergency contraception, pharmacists in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Vermont and Washington can become certified and trained to provide Plan B® One-Step directly to all patients. The requirements for certification vary from state to state.
Learn more about certification at: www.go2ec.org