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ariesdiva
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what does a girl have to do to get birth control pills without her parents knowing?
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LilBlueSmurf
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Basically, you have to have the resources in order to get the prescription. This means getting yourself to and from doctors appointments, to and from the pharmacy to fill the prescription, and the money to pay for all of the above (plus other sexual healthcare needs).

We certainly recommend that users are honest with their parents ... Your parents may be more accepting of your being sexually active if you're honest with them and show them you're being responsible.


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