Emergency Contraception Related ER Visits Dropped Significantly Over 14 Year Period

January 26, 2024


Read time:

5-15 mins
Hand Holding Contraceptive Pill Planb
Presented by Michigan Medicine

Emergency contraception visits significantly drop over a 14-year period. Researchers from Michigan Medicine found that since federal approval of over-the-counter emergency contraception, a drop of more than 96% of emergency room visits has occurred. Erica Marsh, M.D., discusses the overrepresentation of certain demographics and the barriers that still persist.

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