No Script Birth Control Coming Soon
Great News! We will soon have No Script Birth Control. We also carry emergency contraception call and ask us!
Pharmacists provide invaluable information on:
- Preconception and prenatal counseling
- Education on options for birth control
- Emergency contraception
- Menopause therapies
- Work with each stage of life
A Pharmacist Role in Women’s Health-
Pharmacists play a meaningful role in the inpatient environment for women's health. Kayla Popova, PharmD, a clinical pharmacist specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor, spends her days rounding with obstetrics specialists who see women with high-risk pregnancies. “It’s very important to have a pharmacist on the women’s service,” Popova said.“When a woman is pregnant, there are certain medications that can’t be taken. They’re not safe in the first trimester, [but] they may be safe in the second or third trimester.” And because of some women’s past medical history, taking birth control with a lot of estrogen isn’t an option because it can lead to thrombosis, added Popova, who is also an adjunct clinical instructor in pharmacy at University of Michigan.
A Pharmacist Role in Providing Contraceptive Access-
Rafie, founder of the San Diego–based Pharmacists Clinic, provides contraception and other clinical services in a community pharmacy environment. Educating patients about the pharmacist’s ability to prescribe birth control is important as well. “I definitely encourage pharmacists to make it very apparent that they’re offering this service,” she said. Education opportunities include sharing posts on social media, wearing buttons that promote the service, and using counter tents. Rafie also recommended providing a private or semi private space—or at least a sound barrier—to support women speaking with a pharmacist about birth control options.
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