Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Miss Loosey

She's back again. This makes the third time in the past twelve months. It's Miss Loosey. She's here for another round of Plan B. Plan A (Stop having unprotected sex with any guy you run into) didn't work again, and now she's worried about being pregnant. Add to that the fact that last year she actually did get pregnant and ended up in the hospital for surgery for an ectopic pregnancy. And every time she comes in for another round of Plan B she has to ask me the same questions over and over and over again because she's certain she's going to get cancer.

The worst part is that Miss Loosey is actually Mrs. Loosey... MARRIED to a really nice disabled man and he's NOT responsible for any of the pregnancies. Wait, I'm not sure that's the worst part. Mrs. Loosey is also on state-funded Medicaid which means you and me are paying for her medicines and her trip to the hospital and the Valtrex she gets for COLD SORES... yeah... cold sores, that's it.


Anonymous said...

I'd rather pay for her Plan B than her babies.

Hildy said...

Amen to Anon.

Anonymous said...

I'd rather pay for her birth control and her condoms... cheaper than an ectopic pregnancy, three courses of plan B, and STI treatments!


Anonymous said...

True PharmGirl-CrazyRx set up a donation fund here in your side bar-get the $$ coming in-we can donate to her sterilization.

Anonymous said...

How are you sure she's porking someone other than her husband?

The captcha includes the word anal, which is fitting!

Crazy RxMan said...

When I say her husband is disabled, I also mean incapable of having children too.

Additionally, she has confided to me that her husband is not the father of these pregnancies.

That's how I know.

seabrooksr said...

Just came across your blog, and well. . .

This is one of my pet peeves, I'm sorry.

Miss Loosey has not had "pregnancies". She has had one pregnancy and 3, count 'em, 3 pregnancy scares.

Plan B is not an abortion. It is not marketed as being okay for the baby, but if you are already pregnant, it will not make you UN-pregnant.

What it does is prevent fertilized eggs from implanting if taken within a reasonable time frame after intercourse. (There's actually a pretty good chance it wouldn't anyway, some studies have shown that as many as half all fertilized eggs fail to implant.)

I really wish more people used Plan B in my community, but in this community there is too much stigma against this "over-the-counter-abortion-pill".

Anonymous said...

AMEN to Seabrooksr!!!!!