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Help us END the shaming of women who have taken the morning after pill(2 Posts)
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A different response from the other side of things . As a retired medical receptionist with something other than a swinging brick I. Her chest it used to upset me greatly that some receptionists faced with a telephone request for MAP would quite unashamedly try to belittle the caller by telling them it was available through a pharmacy . Where it cost £ 30 . They would try to deny the woman or girl a consultation with a GP .where it could be obtained for free if they were on low income .
After complaining to my manager policy changed as it was totally inequitable in my view . That was the worst part of my job - some utter bitches in it .