FOX4: Birth Control Pill Opill Could Soon be Available for Women Without a Prescription

The birth control pill Opill could soon be available for women without a prescription. The FDA shared it has serious reservations about broad access to the drug before making it widely accessible. 

Dr. Kristen Wootton, Medical Director of Women’s and Children’s Division at Saint Luke’s Health System, talked to FOX4 about what is important to know about this type of pill. 

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