Plan B pill is a form of Abortion

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Plan b is not a form of Abortion

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Some people are against the Plan B pill saying that "It's a form of Abortion because you are preventing life". Do you agree with this or do you think it has Nothing to do with Abortion?


Posted by in Health / Other on 9/26/11
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LIBERAL - 3/6/12 @ 9:04 PM:
I actually agree with everyone's statements above. This is all the Plan B pill was manufactured for anyway.

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cutie122403 - 10/10/11 @ 11:09 PM:
There are also some that don't believe in Birth Control all together.

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Sarah Forester - 10/6/11 @ 7:21 PM:
I have an IUD and it does the same thing.

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Jeff - 10/4/11 @ 6:37 PM:
I agree

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The Boss - 9/26/11 @ 4:48 PM:
This is really cut and dry. This pill does not end a life it simply prevents one from beginning; therefore it is a preventative and not an abortion.
cutie122403 - 9/27/11 @ 8:10 AM: Ally | Side B
I agree but some would argue that by preventing life you could be preventing the next President or something. It's really a big dose of Birth Control but there are those that don't believe in that either.
Jemimah D - 12/12/11 @ 2:31 AM:

I agree with Mr. Kazinec. "Morning after pill" is a method of emergency contracepcion. It is generally safe ane effective and does not cause an abortion. Plan B has been available for several years without a prescription to women 17 or older. Despite an FDA recommendation that the drug be moved from behind the pharmacy counter and be more widely available, it will still be strictly limited. Citing concerns that young girls may have access to Plan B without an understanding of how or why it should be used, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius overruled the FDA recommendations. This overruling means that Plan B will continue to be available only to individuals 17 years of age or older who are willing to show their ID to prove their age. Obama has defended the decision, saying that Sebelius is “applying some common sense” to over-the-counter drugs and their approval. If you have an emergency, you may need installment loans to pay for problems.
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