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Introduce her to Plan B One-Step

It’s the #1 OB/GYN recommended brand* of emergency contraception.1 It helps prevent pregnancy when used as directed within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex or birth control failure. The sooner it's taken, the better it works.

You play an important role

According to a survey of 7643 US women aged 15-44 years, women were over 11 times more likely to use emergency contraception if they had received counseling about it within the year prior to unprotected sex or birth control failure.2

Plan B One-Step should not be used as routine birth control, because it is not as effective as regular birth control methods. It does not protect women against HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

*Survey of 1000 OB/GYNs, February 2017.

According to the 2002 National Survey of Family Growth. Those who responded “yes” when asked if they had received counseling by a clinician about emergency contraception in the last year were considerably more likely than others to have ever used the method.2

Plan B One-Step is a registered trademark of Foundation Consumer Healthcare. PBO-40759 June 2017. This site is intended for US audiences only.