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Según algunas fuentes, los farmacéuticos colombianos a menudo no quieren vender anticonceptivos de emergencia a menores de edad, a pesar de que no existen leyes que los prohíban. <ref>[https://www.ippfwhr.org/en/blog/investigating-access-to-emergency-contraception-in-bogot%C3%A1 cuenta personal]</ref>Por esta razón, si usted es menor de edad y está buscando píldoras anticonceptivas de emergencia, probablemente tendrá que visitar muchas farmacias antes de encontrar a alguien que esté dispuesto a venderle las PAE.
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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.

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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.
TranslationAccording 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.

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.[1] 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.