NYT: Morning after pill doesn't work the way people think it does

The morning after pill is taken to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex.

According to the New York Times, scientific evidence that shows the pill doesn't work the way many people think it does.

Science experts say the pill just delays ovulation. Labels on the pills say they block fertilized eggs from implanting in a woman's uterus.

Many religious groups, conservative politicians and others claim that the pills cause abortion.

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