Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Do U agree with the morning after pill?

FROM CNN: A judge in New York has cleared the way for 17-year-olds to use and buy what's known as "the morning-after pill" without a prescription.

The age had been set at 18, but the F-D-A has 30 days to change that.

The birth-control drug is also known as "Plan B" and contains two pills that can prevent pregnancy--if taken less than three days after sexual intercourse.

Women's health advocates applaud the decision... while conservatives say they are worried it could lead young girls to promiscuity.

Imagine your daughter is in high school, what do you think about the morning after pill? Are you glad she has the option without telling you about her mistake or would you rather her take the chances of getting pregnant?

-NewsAnchorMom Jen


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