If you’re going to take Plan B, you want to know how it works. So let’s start with the facts.
What Plan B is:
What Plan B isn’t:
Plan B is safe and effective
Plan B shouldn’t be used as a regular form of birth control, as it only stays in your body for a short amount of time and works to help prevent pregnancy after only one instance of unprotected sex. If you find that you are using emergency contraception frequently, talk to your doctor about finding a regular birth control method that’s right for you—as regular birth control pills are more effective.
Keep in mind: Plan B won’t interfere with your regular birth control methods or make them any less effective.
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