Emergency contraception is an FDA-approved form of contraception that prevents pregnancy after unprotected sex, birth control failure, or sexual assault. It is also known as the "morning-after pill." Access to emergency contraception has increased, but barriers to this safe and effective method of pregnancy prevention remain. We're working to ensure that women have access to emergency contraception to prevent unintended pregnancy.
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