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26 Mar 2007
I want to start using the pill, I know its better to get it from GP for the first time but cant afford dr bills at the moment.Is it ok to get the pill from a pharmacy nurse?What are the implications of not going to the doctor?Dont most woman use clinics for getting the pill?
You can get the Pill at a Family Planning clinic where the nurses are trained to check for medical probelms which might could mean that you should not use the Pill.
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