Morning-After Pill Doesn’t Work For Heavier Women

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Morning-After Pill Doesn’t Work For Heavier Women

According to the French pharmaceutical manufacturer HRA Pharma, the active ingredient in morning-after pills is not fully effective in women who weigh over 165 pounds and is ineffective in women who weigh more than 176 pounds. What do you think?

  • “Its a good thing I weigh all my women before intercourse.”

    Matthew Maltz
    Unemployed
  • “But you don’t reach peak sexuality until at least 175 pounds.”

    Bethany Kirkpatrick
    Baggage Handler
  • “How much should the man weigh?”

    Nathaniel Tricco
    Diplomat