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# Emergency Contraception

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Government plans to reduce the cost of the morning-after pill or make it free for all women
Taoiseach says women seeking morning after pill should not face 'invasive' questioning
Boots apologises after it's accused of moralising to women about the morning-after pill
Morning after pill available to all medical card holders without prescription from today
Morning after pill: Medical card holders to get access without prescription
Irish women can now buy the most effective morning-after pill without a prescription
One third of Irish women don't use contraception
Can a woman's weight affect the success of the morning-after pill?
Column: What you don’t know about emergency contraception (and why it might hurt you)
Column: Ireland's reproductive revolution – are women now in control?
US court orders wider access for morning after pill regardless of age
Column: I'm so grateful I had an unplanned pregnancy in America, not Ireland
Column: Making emergency contraception easy to access has been good for women
Sexual healthcare now considered a 'luxury'?
Average age of women requesting morning after pill is 23 years - survey
Free emergency contraception costs HSE €350K