In April 2011, emergency hormonal contraception, levonorgestrel, known here as NorLevo, became available over the counter in pharmacies. No more waiting in the doctor’s office, no more appointment fees. In terms of increasing our reproductive and sexual freedom, it’s certainly a step in the right direction. But we want to know what you think.
- Is it still embarrassing to go the pharmacy and ask for the morning after pill?
- How did the pharmacist react to your request? How did you feel in that situation?
- Did you have to engage in a consultation with the pharmacist? Did the pharmacist have any objection to giving you the morning after pill?
- Was the pill expensive?
These are all questions many around Ireland may need answers to. Help others in their reproductive choices. Let us know your thoughts.
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