ha, if that's the case then i'd better get my skates on and get a supply before i leave. here in the uk on the nhs i could get a years supply (and for free! ) of my pill - which i would bet money on not being able to get hold of over there, most pills mess me up but the triphasic pill works best for me, trinordiol, and i have a hard enough time getting it here!
so basically, over there you don't need to get your blood pressure taken or see a general practicioner before taking it? you simply go into a pharmacy and they give it to you? that does suprise me.
then again, my argentine friend who was here a couple of years ago was taken aback/pleasantly suprised by the impartial, professional and non judgemental attitute of the staff when i took her to the drop in sexual health clinic here in the UK, it seems over there they are sometimes met with a barrage of questions and disaproval when they seek the morning after pill, for which, if i'm right in saying, i think they have to pay.
i guess in a country where abortion is still illegal it stands to reason that she might be greeted with this kind of attitude/hostility from the healthcare staff she dealt with but i would like to think that they would project a sense of decorum irrespective of their personal beliefs on the subject....has anyone else had any experience of getting the morning after pill in argentina?