The FDA( Food And Drug Administration) has made the morning after pill available Over The Counter (OTC) for girls above the age of 17.
Previously, the FDA had approved Over The Counter (OTC) status for the morning pill for the girls above the age of 18. This year it liberated its terms and conditions and made it available for girls above the age of 17 though there are several objections to it at present.
This plan-B diet and its availability have been debatable for the FDA for few years. The question of whether it should be made available OTC or not has raised many questions among varied professionals.
Wendy Wright of Pro-life group of concerned women for America does not seem to be content about this move of FDA and stated that it is not very good news for parents as they might not be aware of the intake .
The makers of the plan-B drug claim that they have reports showing the vast 11-17 year old girls using this drug with care. It also defends this move of FDA stating that at times it is not possible to visit the doctor within 3 days of their unprotected sex. So, it is a sensible move to make it available Over The Counter.
Denise Bradley, The spokesperson of Teva says that it is just a shift towards making it more easily accessible for the ones who need it immediately.
Wright emphasizes on the protection of minors and says that the consultation of the doctor is a must to understand he cause behind this intake as to know if there is any chance of abuse and sexual harassment as they are minors.
The district judge himself says that the FDA must have come to a conclusion after researching the pro’s and cons. He also states that FDA is the best one to decide on this matter and not the district federal court. Generic priligy, buy kamagra