I did look at it from the pharmacists point of view. And he's still wrong. If he filled the 'script immediately he reduces the likelihood that she induces a failed implantation . . . as I note above . . . MOST doctors don't call that an abortion. But even if they did . . . it is highly unlikely that Plan B works well by inhibiting implantation.why not look at it from the pharmacists point of view?(or as usual just do not and call yourself "open minded" anyway) maybe he did not want to be what in his mind an accomplice to murder...but then again why should his idea of morality be important when we have PC to be morality instead to be pushed on the masses.
Looking for a warm place to lay my zygote
Plan B has less than a 72hr window b/c it's function is to impair fertilization NOT implantation.Allen J. Wilcox of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, N.C., and his colleagues recruited 221 women who were about to stop using birth control because they wanted to become pregnant. From the concentrations of certain hormones in urine, the researchers could determine the day a woman ovulated. "We collected about 20,000 urine specimens. That's a lot of women collecting urine every morning and putting it into freezers," laughs Wilcox.
As the researchers describe in the June 10 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, they followed 189 women after conception. In almost all the women, the egg implanted 6 to 12 days after ovulation. The later the time of implantation, however, the more likely it became that the fetus would not survive its first 6 weeks. Indeed, no egg implanting after 12 days endured that initial period, let alone produced a live birth.
I think you are arguing something very different from the situation described. I don't know anyone that doesn't wish for abortion to be a relic of the past. But the best way to reduce unwanted pregnancies is to avoid pregnancy. Abstinence and sterilization work like a charm. Next comes barrier methods and various hormonal regimens. Plan B is emergency contraception for failure of one of the above (granted I'm not sure how you would know about sterilization). The only time Plan B has the potential to act as a pseudo-abortifacent is if administration is delayed. It is incumbent upon the doctor writing the prescription to determine if Plan B is appropriate as opposed to an abortifacent protocol. If this pharmacist's morals REQUIRE him to deny conception control to women then I hope he bans the sale of condoms and nonoxyl-9 as well. If it's only abortifacents he abhors then he grossly failed his responsibility as a pharmacist in this case.kudo's to the pharmacist for not letting himself to be forced to act against his moral beliefs in the name of political correctness and the nazi hypocrites who try to force it on everyone else.