DALLAS -- according to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 5 sexually active teen girls have used the morning-after pill. That's a serious jump from a decade ago when only 1 in 12 used emergency contraception.
The report is based on 2,000 people ages 15 to 19 from 2011 to 2013.
It’s probably no surprise since all teens can buy the morning-after pill over the counter, without parental permission. And at only $35 to $50 bucks a pop, it's pretty affordable for today's resourceful teens.
Although, the study says the number of teens having sex is down since the 80s.
But remember kids, pills like Plan B won't protect you from STDs or AIDS.
This is one time you should listen to your parents, it’s better to wait. But if you must, then remember this: No glove, no love!