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Contraceptive Pill to Become Available without Doctor's Prescription

Dec 14, 2007
A new Pilot Scheme was introduced in the UK that will make it possible for women to get the contraceptive pill without doctor's prescription. Until now, the only contraceptive pill that was available without prescription was emergency morning-after-pill. The latest news are that contraceptive pill usually prescribed by doctor will be sold over-the counter and a woman can get it from the pharmacist.

The Family Planning Association supported the initiative to widen women's access to contraceptive pill and waits for the results of the pilot scheme. There are many issues that has to be thoroughly studied such as safe prescription, pharmacist's training and women experience. It is also essential to consult women about all the methods of contraception to help them make a right choice.

During the latest years, UK had there highest rate of unwanted and teenage pregnancies in Western Europe in comparison to other countries, such as the Netherlands, Germany and France.

The Pill is a widely used contraceptive that is known to be one of the most effective to prevent unwanted pregnancies with hundreds of million women using it worldwide.

Experts say that access to oral contraceptive will improve the convenience and choice of contraceptive pill. Pharmacists are trained to provide information and recommendations to women to help them use contraceptive pill appropriately.
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Mar 07, 2011 05:23 PM » posted by: Contraceptive ovi
We know that you lead a busy life and even though taking a pill may sound simple you may forget to take it at the appropriate time or to begin your new packet late. That's why our new app Contraceptive has been designed to help you avoid taking your pill late or even possibly missing it.

If you forget to take a Pill, it depends how late you are in taking the Pill. If you are less than 12 hours late, the reliability of the Pill is maintained. Contraceptive can remind you the delayed Pill in the time that you choose.
The time of notice cannot exceed of 12 hours, because thus, the Sanitary Authorities recommend it.





Mar 07, 2011 05:08 PM » posted by: Contraceptive ovi
We know that you lead a busy life and even though taking a pill may sound simple you may forget to take it at the appropriate time or to begin your new packet late. That's why our new app Contraceptive has been designed to help you avoid taking your pill late or even possibly missing it.

If you forget to take a Pill, it depends how late you are in taking the Pill. If you are less than 12 hours late, the reliability of the Pill is maintained. Contraceptive can remind you the delayed Pill in the time that you choose.
The time of notice cannot exceed of 12 hours, because thus, the Sanitary Authorities recommend it.






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