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Pharmacists don't get to make any subjective value judgments of any kind about what prescriptions to fill and why. Not based on religion, not based on instinct or intuition or TV viewing habits. Pharmacists must fill any prescription requested unless there is a scientifically justified objective reason for not doing so.

One of the things that bugs me about (this) is that women take birth control medications for other reasons than birth control.

When I was not sexually active I still took birth control pills because they improved my medical condition in a number of ways.

Someone (doing this) would be making a number of unwarranted assumptions about me and depriving me of a medicine that I and my doctor feel is necessary for my continued well-being? Not acceptable in any way.
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