Working in a medical setting we typically will ask parents to step out of the room and ask questions about sexual activity. Some parents are alarmed by this. On the other hand many MANY teens have acknowledged being sexually active but their parents do not think they are. Then of course condoms and birth control options are discussed. Teens can get birth control prescriptions and are offered to go through ways it is less expensive and won't show up on insurance. A bag of condoms is given out to go into the purse if the teen wants them. All kinds of fun flavors to increase use. Would you be okay with this if this was your teen?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:38 AM on Oct. 10, 2013 in Teens (13-17)
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Answer by girlwithC at 10:24 AM on Oct. 10, 2013
YES!!! as long as the doctor advises me of what is going on....
Answer by older at 9:43 AM on Oct. 10, 2013
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