are birth control pills tax deductable if they don't work?

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    Not at all but if you get pregnant, your child will give you a deduction on your yearly taxes.

    How long have you been pregnant daren? Should we start giving you a list of names to choose from or have you already chosen 2?
    cant beat em join em for a laugh
    No, but the kids are.
    Just make sure it it's a boy not to give him a Japanese girl's name, he might get teased in school.
    Well the question being are birth control pills tax deductible if they do not work leads me to believe thereby resulting in pregnancy thereby resulting in a child being born and then yes I would have to say yes it would therefore thereby become a tax deduction?
    I do know that if the birth control pills don`t work in Australia you can take them back to the place of purchase for full refund. This is provided they are in the original package and you have a doctors cetificate to the affect you are pregnant. For the name I prefer Ballhunglow, got a much better ring to it. In the case of a girl Iscrewyu.

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