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28 May 2013
The only drugs that will prevent pregnancy are contraceptives. There are many kinds of contraceptives available. Most hormonal types require a waiting period for them to kick in and during that time you have to use barrier protection. Barrier protection, like condoms, are readily available in drug stores, grocery stores, convenience markets and gas stations. If you have already had sex and it is less than 72 hours since sex occurred then you can try an emergency contraceptive like Plan b or Next Choice. Emergency contraceptives are not meant for regular use. If you are going to be sexually active then it is best to see a gynecologist or family planning clinic for a long term contraceptive method.
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