Pharmacists in Saskatchewan can now prescribe birth control and UTI medication

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    For women in Saskatchewan, accessing birth control is getting easier as pharmacists in the province are now able to prescribe hormonal contraceptives.
    While this doesn’t include IUD’s (intrauterine device), it does include oral, transdermal (patch) or vaginal ring hormonal contraception.
    In 2011 the province changed its rules and regulations to allow for pharmacists to prescribe for minor medical conditions such as diaper rash and emergency contraception.
    “With respect to a pharmacists ability to assess, it really is no different than other health care professionals,” the director of professional practice at the Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan, Myla Wollbaum, said.

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