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hey i was wondering if anyone knew how i could get birth control at a general grocery store pharmast w/o my parents knowing? I'm 15 years old thanx!!!

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you need a prescription. you can go to your doctor and pay out of pocket for a checkup, and then for the pills (this is confidential, but can be $$$). or you can try a family planning clinic (look under "family planning" in the phone book) or try Planned Parenthood ph#1.800.800.PLAN

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