how old do you need to be before your school can take you to the clinic to get a contraceptive implant without your adults knowing ??


Hi Lolly, I'm not sure what

Hi Lolly,

I'm not sure what state or country you live in so that makes answering your question difficult because usually in the US schools do not participant anything other than possibly handing out condoms and that is even a very controversial subject.

I would like you to consider an alternative option to an implant. Implants are excellent for adults however, not knowing your age the younger you are the less implants are recommended. As your body may not be developed enough for example if you are 15 years old your reproductive system is still developing.

If you are certain an implant is what you want then you will need to talk to the school nurse or doctor you will need a pelvic exam and possibly even tests for HIV and STD's before the insertion.

Please look at alternative methods of birth control there is the depo shot one shot every 3 months no pills to remember to take...

Also if you do live in the US why not try Planned Parenthood they cannot tell your parents anything! They have educators who can help you make the right birth control decision for you.

www.plannedparenthood.org

Best of Luck,'
TammyM

 
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