Almost all of the arab nations allow for private ownership of firearms
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I know plenty of women, myself included, who've had extreme reactions to hormonal birth control. Reactions to Plan B usually aren't as bad, because it's not a sustained dose. But seriously, artificial hormones are no joke, and a lot of people have a false impression of their potential side effects.
I think it should stay exactly how it is. And no one is more pro-reproductive rights than me.
As I've said on here before, I cannot take most birth control because of a blood condition I have because it greatly increases my chances of getting blood clots from birth control. I haven't needed Plan B, and really shouldn't need it, so I have no idea if I could take it or not. If I do think I ever need it, it would be nice to have someone available to answer that question for me. But young women might not even think to ask such a question, even if they know they have one of those blood conditions or some other condition that could cause issues. It wouldn't be them lying about it, but if they weren't given good information about it, they certainly may not even think to mention it. But the pharmacist should probably be asking about medical conditions women have and explaining any increased risks that may come from using something with those medical conditions.
For all those who did not know, using most birth control increases your risk of blood clots. It is an insignificant increase for most women. Before I knew anything about the blood condition I have, I took birth control with no complications. But, if you have certain medical conditions, it could be a significant increase. Military doctors will not prescribe most birth control types for me now that they know I have this issue.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
"Yes I read the 9th [amendment]. It doesn't say **** about abortion." -Jamesrage
At no point should drugs like these be offered over the counter. They radically alter body chemistry to achieve the desired effect, and quite frankly, I think they are dangerous. Course, I'm not gonna say they should be banned or anything, far from it. But I think a LOT of young girls and women take those things with a mindset that is totally oblivious to the harm they are doing to themselves. Make them over the counter, and watch the female youth of this nature hemorage.
"Half full or half empty doesn't matter. What matters is, you've only got half a glass...so what are you going to do about it?" - Me