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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I see you like facts. I like facts too:
    "Likely" works for me too. I never said otherwise. I did say that it's a possibility that young women should consider...just like they need to with the Pill. There are always individuals who react differently than the majority of the population.

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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    "Birth Control Answer A22438
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    Emergency contraceptives work in preventing pregnancy if taken within 48 hours of unprotected sexual intercourse. It is common to have withdrawal bleeding within 5-7 days of taking the pill. It delays your normal periods due to the withdrawal bleeding occurring after taking it. Repeated use of these often can affect your fertility levels. You should get your withdrawal bleeding within 5-7 days of taking the pill. Start with regular birth control prescribed by your gynecologist after you get the bleeding to start having protection against pregnancy. Avoid having unprotected intercourse while being on the first birth control pill pack. Avoid use of emergency contraception often. Increased maternal age at pregnancy is also not good. Do not delay in having children. After age of 35 years, incidence of birth defects, chromosomal anomalies, early miscarriages, preterm labour, low birth weight in babies increase.
    Take care. "


    Birth Control Forum - Does plan b affect long term fertility?

    It took 30 seconds to find one example.

    I have not proposed that this is a common side affect, I have said that it is possible, just like with other hormone regulators, like the Pill. And most women don't choose to risk their chance for children later lightly. Teens however....may not even think about it.
    The quote is not about Plan B and Plan B is not taken "often"
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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    "Likely" works for me too. I never said otherwise. I did say that it's a possibility that young women should consider...just like they need to with the Pill. There are always individuals who react differently than the majority of the population.
    Excessive intake of water can be fatal. Maybe it should require a prescription

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_intoxication
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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    If a child wants to buy it, and she has the money, I don't see how anyone can stop her.

    After all, no one could stop her from having unprotected sex
    That comparison doesn't work.

    Peer to peer sex is not regulated. Alcohol, cigarettes, etc are and there are controls in place to make them harder to obtain and penalties for businesses which get caught doing so.

    Just like making Sudafed, etc a controlled substance and more difficult to obtain....Plan B could be similar if it was restricted.

    Nothing is 100%, of course.

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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    That comparison doesn't work.

    Peer to peer sex is not regulated. Alcohol, cigarettes, etc are and there are controls in place to make them harder to obtain and penalties for businesses which get caught doing so.
    Alcohol and cigarettes have been proven to be unsafe

    Plan B has not
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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Excessive intake of water can be fatal. Maybe it should require a prescription

    Water intoxication - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Yes, I was going to point out earlier that almost ANY substance, abused or taken to excess, can be dangerous.

    Can you tell me your point again? Should we just control no substances?

    And btw, if I had my choice, NO substances would be illegal for adults. But I would still allow minors to be dependent on parental permission.

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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Alcohol and cigarettes have been proven to be unsafe

    Plan B has not
    The parrot is back.

    Ah well.

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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    The quote is not about Plan B and Plan B is not taken "often"
    But it can be. Anytime after each time they have sex.

    Ok, you seem to either be dumber than a box of rocks or just don't want to look wrong in the Internetz.


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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Lursa View Post
    Yes, I was going to point out earlier that almost ANY substance, abused or taken to excess, can be dangerous.

    Can you tell me your point again? Should we just control no substances?

    And btw, if I had my choice, NO substances would be illegal for adults. But I would still allow minors to be dependent on parental permission.
    My point is that the FDA can not refuse to allow Plan B to be sold OTC unless it can be proven to be unsafe.

    You are arguing that because it might be unsafe, it should be illegal to sell it to minors.

    Since water might be unsafe, maybe that should require a prescription, or parental permission, too.
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    Re: Drug Agency Lowers Age For Next-Day Birth Control [W:297]

    Quote Originally Posted by sangha View Post
    Alcohol and cigarettes have been proven to be unsafe

    Plan B has not
    Cute switching gears there, from 'cant stop them' to " but it's not harmful.'

    Bobbing and weaving is just a distraction.

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