| December 22, 2005
So, what do you think about the morning after pill? Do you think it is an abortofacient or just contraception? Does the pregnancy begin at fertilization or at implantation? Some thoughts here.
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Well, do you have a single study that shows that Plan B prevents implantation or interferes in any way with a fertilized egg? The only places that talk about prevention implantation are newspapers and we all know how trustworthy they are.On the other hand, there are studies – referenced in this article (http://www.obgyn.net/contraception/contraception.asp?page=/news/popcouncil_0505) that show that Plan B prevents ovulation and fertilization but does not interfere with fertilized egg in any way.Of course, why listen to facts when you have an opinion available.
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