Such a lack of easy access to emergency contraceptive
pills leaves women with no choice but to have an abortion, an illegal-yet-common medical practice in Korea.
Sex differences in the awareness of emergency contraceptive
pills associated with unmarried Korean university students' intention to use contraceptive methods: an online survey.
Dr Sarah Branch, deputy director of MHRA's vigilance and risk management of medicines division, said: "This is important new advice for women who want to use the emergency contraceptive
As presented in Table 4 with regards to the usage of emergency contraceptives
, only 2% (n=10) of the women had ever used emergency contraceptive
pills and they used it to prevent pregnancy.
Department of Health and Human Services regarding implementation of the ACA contraceptive coverage guarantee, in which the USCCB asserts that specific federal and state abortion restrictions concerning insurance coverage of abortion should apply to the emergency contraceptive
Increased availability of over-the-counter or behind-the-counter emergency contraceptive
pills has raised concerns about repeat use and "misuse" of the product.
A tiered analytical approach for investigating poor quality emergency contraceptives
The company targets therapeutic gaps in the areas of reproductive health and endocrinology, and uses innovative marketing solutions and socially- conscious programs, such as contraception education in developing countries, to promote healthy management of its product NorLevo was the first emergency contraceptive
that has been granted direct pharmacy access.
The UK's second most common emergency contraceptive
, HRA's EllaOne, which uses a different active ingredient, will also come under review.
The company's US brand pharmaceuticals vice president and general manager, Martin Berndt, stated that the emergency contraceptive
medicine was introduced for all consumers following approval from US FDA.
government over the requirement that employers cover emergency contraceptives
such as the morning-after pill or Plan B, which some consider abortifacients.
The FDA gave in on its legal battle surrounding emergency contraceptives
in June, rescinding its claims that the pills were dangerous for young women and agreeing to allow them to be sold without prescriptions to women of any age.