Yaz, Reg Ortho Tri-Cyclen and Tri-Cyclen Lo. Bad headaches, nausea, and inability to wear her contacts. I was thinking about a IUD, but just read a post you can't get one under the age of 19? Is that correct? Does anyone have any other suggestions in a pill that worked for their teen? I don't trust them to use condoms and spermcide at this age.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 6:01 PM on Oct. 3, 2008 in Teens (13-17)
No, they will not let her get an IUD. If they do then they should be closed down. An IUD should only be used for monogamous partners. Also, an IUD is really only recommended for someone who already has children and not wanting anymore or just has decided not to have any to start with. An IUD can cause uterine scarring which will make getting pregnant almost impossible.
Also, at her age she is still growing therefore, she would have to be fitted often to make sure it is in place, you are required to see your GYN once a month to check placement. Anyway, not a good idea and her GYN should totally be against it for her age and lifestyle.
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