So in between the prescription filling and phone calls to the insurance companies, is your pharmacist playing Candy Crush or swiping right on Tinder to pass the time? And are they secretly judging you or thinking about your personal life when you go in to pick up a not-so-subtle prescription? (The short answers: no and no.)
“You just came from your doctor’s office and need to fill a prescription. We know you’ve definitely waited for an hour or more to see your doctor for 15 measly minutes. We feel for you, really we do. But please don’t get mad and yell at us if we’re also busy and tell you your prescription will take an hour.
You may have questions about your health – this is where we can help. Our pharmacists are educated about women's health concerns such as menopause
To develop, integrate, and evaluate an innovative women's health and sexual health history interview activity in an elective course for pharmacy students.
These conditions affect millions of women. As the number of women seeking hormone-related treatment has grown, so has the mass production of pills, patches and creams by the drug industry. However, each woman’s body is different and has its own unique needs, but commercially manufactured products tend to be “one-size-fits-all,” and do not always account for the differences between individuals.