14 August 2010

Ella, Morning After Pill Approved By FDA

Ella, Morning After Pill Approved By FDA:
A new morning after pill, also known as an emergency contraception pill, called Ella (ulipristal acetate) has been approved in tablet form by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It has been approved as a prescription-only-product, and prevents pregnancy if taken within five days after unprotected sexual intercourse or contraceptive failure.

The FDA stresses that Ella is not intended for routine use as a contraceptive.

Series tie-in: In the future, contraception is in more widespread use than today. Longer lasting feminine contraceptives are more effective, quicker. Morning-after contraception is also more effective. Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise, but easily cured.

Abortion rates are on the decline with the advent of harvesting embryos for re-implantation and adoption by willing parents.

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