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#46 - DrollHumor ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
How to fix them:   
   
1. If you spill salt, take a pinch of the fallen salt and toss it over your shoulder.   
   
2. If you break a mirror, don't look into the pieces; seeing yourself in the shattered glass is what actually "causes" the bad luck.   
   
3.  If there is a hole in the condom, purchase the "Plan B" aka "Morning After" pill and have her take it as soon as possible. It is not equivalent to an abortion.
How to fix them:

1. If you spill salt, take a pinch of the fallen salt and toss it over your shoulder.

2. If you break a mirror, don't look into the pieces; seeing yourself in the shattered glass is what actually "causes" the bad luck.

3. If there is a hole in the condom, purchase the "Plan B" aka "Morning After" pill and have her take it as soon as possible. It is not equivalent to an abortion.
#78 to #46 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [-]
Actually, the morning after pill has two ways to prevent pregnancy:
1) prevents ovulation
2) It makes the uterus unable to accommodate the embryo that was fertilized hours earlier, and thus making a spontaneous abortion.
#81 to #78 - DrollHumor ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
#2 is incorrect.

You were closest with #1. A woman does not have an egg just sitting in her uterus at all times. It is a complicated process in which the lining of the uterus thickens, and then the fallopian tube releases an egg. If that egg is fertilized then it will attach itself to the lining of the uterine wall and the woman is considered pregnant. If the egg goes unfertilized then it will be flushed out along with the uterine lining during her period.

The pill prevents fallopian tube from dispersing the egg. Thus, preventing pregnancy and technically ovulation.
#84 to #81 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [-]
I wanted to explain it in the easiest way ... and indeed I am a medical student and I am 100% sure my second reason is correct.
User avatar #86 to #84 - DrollHumor ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
www.nytimes.com/2012/06/06/health/research/morning-after-pills-dont-block -implantation-science-suggests.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

http://www.choiceandhealth.com/whatisthedifference.htm

www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/blogs/the-human-condition/2009/08/25/how-p lan-b-works-six-things-you-always-wondered-about-emergency-contraception.html

Sources cited. Your turn.
#88 to #86 - anonymous (01/29/2013) [-]
Really? Do I have to get my books and explain myself to you? I think not. I do not think you'd understand the terms that appear in the books. Your sources are websites ... very credible and certainly your links are broken. Well done.
#90 to #88 - DrollHumor ONLINE (01/29/2013) [-]
Please get your books. I'm obviously interested in this topic. I can Google terms I am unfamiliar with. My sources are websites because I am not yet a med student, I'm just a freshman in college trying to to get my Bachelors of Science. My links are too long, FJ got lazy. Copy paste them instead of clicking. Except the second one, it needs an L on the end.
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