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1) There's the obvious “if you can plan well enough in advance to have a prescription laying around, simply go to the store beforehand and BUY SOME CONDOMS” aspect of it

Agreed, though there is a shelf life I would imagine. Could always do a poll to see who buys the bulk box from Costco.

2-4: I would be concerned with ANY medication prescribed being used for the person it was presribed for.

“Women of reproductive age should get an advance prescription for emergency contraception to keep in case they ever need it, the nation's largest gynecologist group advised Monday.”

Again with the shelf life and it's effectiveness.

Odee
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