The lady in the Plan B video said, “In a colorful room, people are working hard to bust the myths surrounding emergency contraception. A spokesperson says that some may believe that bathing in vinegar, crossing your fingers or wishing on a dandelion may help to prevent pregnancy, but none of those myths are actually true. Instead, she recommends taking Plan B One-Step because it helps prevent pregnancy within 72 hours of sex or birth control failure.”

ACOG, the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, “changed” the definition of when life began for the purpose of accepting and marketing a hybrid which is a potetial abortion pill and birth control pill such as Plan B-“birth control.” Plan B can potentially be both a “birth control” and abortion pill but it is harmful to women and children to market the Plan B pill as a “birth control” pill when medicine knows that it can potentially also can take the life a child.

This site states, “Plan B One-Step works primarily by:

Preventing ovulation
It may also work by:

Possibly preventing fertilization by altering tubal transport of sperm and/or egg
Altering the endometrium which may inhibit implantation”

The issue is that ACOG does not consider the preborn a patient or one that ACOG should have any responsibility to care for and what I mean is that ACOG would never allow a woman to take a birth control pill if she would die from it yet ACOG allows a child to be potentially miscarried, aka allowing a child’s life to be at risk of loss, because ACOG does not consider the child in the womb to be a patient.   Every birth control pill has the risk of causing a miscarriage as a child may have potentially been made and then their life would have been killed.

By Rachel Guy, Director of Medical Ethics Advocacy