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Researchers say the increase is slight and should not impact your use of contraceptives.
The contraception candidate robs sperm of motility and is designed to be taken 'on demand.'
The morning-after pill is best used for emergencies, not necessarily on a regular basis.
YouTube content creators also often encourage discontinuation of contraception, researchers say.

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