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Since levonorgestrel 1.5 mg morning after pill, has low to no efficacy for women who weigh 165 lb or more, then should a person who is calling it contraceptive, and handing it out at concerts be trusted? (That's the dose shown in your pic. This issue was published in medical literature in 2011, and Mother Jones announced it to America somewhere around 2013, helping to launch the expansion of the problematic IUD industry.)

Should any health professionals touting this pill in the U.S. be trusted? Just look around at the American female population. Can you say that they aren't being scammed on a large scale.

What else does this scam entail?

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