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In the United States, morning after pills are available without prescription for women and men 18 and older. Just ask your pharmacist for Plan B. Click here for more info.


Women 17 and younger still need to get a prescription from a licensed health care provider, like those listed below, in order to get emergency contraceptive pills. Click here for more information, such as whether parents, older siblings, or friends can buy the pills to give to women under 18.


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If you are a health care provider with authority to prescribe medication and you would like to be added to this directory, please print this form , complete it, sign it, and mail or fax it to:

Emergency Contraception Hotline

Office of Population Research

Wallace Hall

Princeton University

Princeton, NJ 08544

Fax: (609) 258-1039


This website is operated by the Office of Population Research at Princeton University and has no connection with any pharmaceutical company or for-profit organization.

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