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|h English (en)||According to some sources, Colombian pharmacists often do not want to sell emergency contraception to minors, even though there are no laws that prohibit them from doing so.<ref>[[https://www.ippfwhr.org/en/blog/investigating-access-to-emergency-contraception-in-bogot%C3%A1 personal account]</ref> For this reason, if you're a minor who is seeking out emergency contraceptive pills, you may need to visit many pharmacies before you find someone who is willing to see ECPs to you.|