Morning After Pill Law Amended In Illinois

Morning After Pill Law Amended In Illinois
Women can get morning after pills in the pharmacy, just not every pharmacy as it turns out. Being out of stock is not just the only reason you may not find these pills on the shelf. There are ways a local pharmacist can refuse to sell the Teva Phramaceutical pill Plan B, and that right was reinstated by Illinois law. This could make your morning after pill more difficult to find. At Women's Health Practice we try to keep tabs on where women can find their medication if they need it, and let our patients know. Alternatives are Ulipristal (Ella) by prescription, the use of other oral contraceptives, or an IUD insertion.

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