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A pharmacist refused to serve a mother-of-two with a prescription for the contraceptive pill because it went against her religious beliefs.

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As a result of FDA rules, then, you will find a date, usually following the letters ‘EXP,’ either printed on the label or stamped onto the bottle or carton of drugs you buy, and in other cases, crimped into the tube of certain ointments you purchase.

The expiration date of most medicines is 12 to 60 months after manufacture, reports pharmacists further shorten the time a medicine can be used when they add their own "discard after" or "beyond-use" date to the prescription label itself.

Lee Cantrell, of the California Poison Control System and UC San Francisco School of Pharmacy, told .

The legal code adopted by the FDA also notes that manufacturers must account for storage conditions (and reconstitution conditions for certain drugs) in the expiration date.

This type of thing shouldn't be happening, it's not right.'The jobless single mother has daughters Carlie, 18, and Lauren, 14, and she is concerned about the implications of such a refusal policy.

She said: 'My daughter is 18 - she might want to go on the Pill and she has got that right.

I'd rather have that than an unwanted pregnancy.'A spokeswoman for Lloyds pharmacy said an investigation had been launched: 'We are very sorry Ms Deeley was refused supply of her prescribed contraceptive pill at our Duke Street pharmacy.

'We have launched an investigation into the incident and been in contact with her to apologise for any distress and inconvenience caused.'Yesterday the pharmacist - who has not been named - was not at work.

But this time the pharmacist took her to one said and said she could have the painkillers she wanted but not the contraceptive pill.'I asked "oh why not?

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