My worst experience was when the lady behind the counter whispered to her father

   Anonymous, 24, London

Anonymous, 24, London

 

My worst experience was when the lady behind the counter whispered to her father (the pharmacist: it was a family pharmacy) ‘what would you do if that was me?’ She wasn’t very discreet about her thoughts.

Another time, bizarrely they assumed I couldn’t speak English, and spoke to the friend I came with as if she was my interpreter.

I will say though that apart from the above, I always feel nervous asking for it but the people assisting me are professional about it all.

 

 

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