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Now look, I remember being forced to go to a pre-marriage retreat where some proponent of natural family planning explained that using birth control pills caused "mini-abortions" after eggs were implanted and I rolled my eyes an giggled with the best of them. I think the science was pretty solid that the pill impedes ovulation & implantation in the very unlikely even ovulation occurs. Suffice it to say that I'm not one of those.That bolded part would be what the NFP person considers a mini-abortion.And some pharmacists would agree.I definitely think that birth control should be legal and readily available.I also think that compromising what you hold most dear should not be required for pharmacists to practice their skills. (Heck, I'm an attorney and while I definitely believe in due process and representation for all, there are potential clients I would not want to touch with a ten-foot pole.)I have a hard time figuring out how to reconcile the two. I was intrigued with what pharmerboy was saying about automated dispensers.KrissyLou
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