France to make morning after pill free for all women.

France to make morning after pill free for all women.

The French Government will no longer charge women for the morning after pill. The French Minister for Health, has announced that the morning after pill should be made free to all women.

France from next year, health minister François Braun has announced.

In a move that is being applauded by many, the French government has announced that it will make the morning after pill free for everyone. This will make it much easier for women to access this important contraception, and it is hoped that it will help to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies.

There are still some restrictions on the morning after pill in France, however. It can only be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, and it is not effective if the woman is already pregnant. But for many women, this will be a welcome change.

France is making the morning after pill free for everyone starting 2023. The emergency contraception will be available without a prescription at all pharmacies across the country. The move is part of a larger push to make contraception more accessible in France, and follows a 2012 law that made the contraception pill available for free to women under the age of 20. While the morning after pill will still require a prescription for women over the age of 20, it will be available at a reduced price.

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