Phexxi is a nonhormonal contraceptive gel that needs to be inserted into the vagina no more than an hour before intercourse.
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After nearly a decade fighting over the birth control benefit, the women justices of the Supreme Court have had enough.
“When you have to stay home, and as more resources are directed toward the public health crisis, requiring that prescription for birth control is a particularly challenging barrier at this time.”
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