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What Are the Risks of Taking Plan B Too Often?

The morning-after pill is best used for emergencies, not necessarily on a regular basis.
A plan B pill sits on a tongue as it lays out a pair of open lips and this is repeated in a pattern.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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