Emergency contraception.

  title={Emergency contraception.},
  author={D. Grimes and E. Raymond},
  journal={American family physician},
  volume={89 7},
  • D. Grimes, E. Raymond
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine
  • American family physician
  • A 38-year-old woman presents to your primary care practice because after coitus last night, she found that her husband's condom was torn. She has two children, now teenagers, and she and her husband do not want another child. She read about the morning-after pill in a magazine and asks if she should consider using it. What Is Emergency Contraception? Emergency contraception is used to prevent pregnancy after a coital act not adequately protected by a regular method of contraception. The need… CONTINUE READING
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