... a student took me aside and frantically asked me if I knew about the Morning-After Pill. When I said I did, she said, "you look like you're compassionate, can I ask you a question?" We went outside of class and she confided to me that "the condom broke" and she was a nervous wreck. She already had a call into her doctor, but wanted to know if she was going to die from it. I gently explained the risks (dying is a risk in life, I explained) and that she would, most likely, be really sick to her stomach, but not much else. Shaking, she asked me if taking half a Vicodin would help and I smiled and told her I didn't think so, but that eating light, eating foods like when she has the flu... that might help... plus knowing it would go away in a day or so, too, would help. I made sure she knew about follow-up and what to do there and she hugged me hard. When we got back to class, I gave her my card and she started walking away... she turned and said, "oh, by the way, my name is Gail," and went back to her seat.