I'm 15, 16 in a few months, no heath issues that I'm aware of. I don't think my parents would want me on birth control, but I don't want to get pregnant, and I don't want a doctor looking at me. I asked my friend, who is 14 or 15 to get me a prescription, but is it safe to do that?
No it is not safe to to take them without a doctor seeing you. You are going to have to see a doctor. If you're in the united states you can go to a planned parenthood and see a dr and get pills for what you yourself can afford, without your parents permission. I applaud you for wanting to take the responsibility for yourself. I wish I could help you out more. Are you sure your Mom wouldn't help you out? I'm a pretty strict Mom but I told my dtr when she was your age, that I didn't approve of someone so young having sex, but if she was going to anyway, tell me and I'd take her to the doc. I'd sooner have a 15 yr old on birth control then pregnant.
You have good thinking and reasoning. Go to Planned Parent hood and get birth control. Sometimes women get over whelmed and have unplanned sex-feelings can overwhelm you, especially if you had a drink with friends. Then sometimes you like a guy so much, and it feels so good for him to touch you. Sometimes your body seems to shake, and when he touches or kisses you, it' leaves your skin tingling and burning.
But in this life, you can be left with more than a child. I'm talking about sexually transmitted diseases.They can give you AIDS or SIDA. Gonorrhea and a female doesn't usually have symptoms-but leave her unable to have a baby, and if a woman feels pain from that in her stomach-she's really messed up.
Syphilis known as the syph or the clap-The guy is all dripping, sometimes white-a person feels like their back hurts, it hurts to pee. Then horrible itchy burning sores for herpes; that's something that a person never gets over them. They can go for months without any flare ups and then make you so sick--Have you had mosquito bites that just itched and itched and itched? Try having that all of the time in your very private area, if a guys junk has warts on it-he's contagious.
I was a sex ed teacher. They think that if you can teach math, you can teach about sex. So use a condom too. These diseases often harm a baby. If you have herpes, they have to do a C section to keep the baby healthy. Chlamydia is another thing that guys give as a gift. The guy is drippy.
When I was young, we said if the only way we could tell if men was honest, their junk would be green with pink spots-all the guys would paint their junk green and put pink spots on it. They lied about being married, being sterile, having a job, loving only you baby-only you. Oh, baby, baby-- I over heard 2 male students talking-one was bragging that had 8 girls preggers. He did get beat up by a few brothers-but there are evil people out there. These things are another reason to see a doctor and have check ups so your life isn't ruined.
I was married and had 3 darling babies-I really enjoyed being in bed with my husband. He made me feel so good. I hope that you wait until you find somebody that deserves you, and treats you tender and loving. It can be so special learning about love with your husband.
I taught math-so I dealt with young women that were raped, given a STD, etc. And young men that faced problems from having sex while they were too young, yes, it can screw up the guys too. If you can talk to your mother, please do-I wasn't a strict mother-and it seems that I even talked to about a few 100 teen-aged neighbors-they figure that if you can teach high school math-you can talk about anything.
Please don't ruin your life by not using a good condom. If you are adult enough to have sex, you R old enough to make them use a condom-check their junk and walk off if they aren't healthy down there.
Hi Courtney. Sex is about love not drive. Real love, not because someone likes you. You might like to know that many girls talk like they are having sex but are not. Others get pressured and regret it. Lots of girls are in college and have never had sex. Far more than the media makes it seem. Please don't rush into this. Babies happen so easily on teens, as women are so very fertile. Guys are still loving for the moment just like gals.
I hope you can find someone to talk to about your feelings and finding out what is truly right for you. When you are ready, whether in a year or five years, be sure it is right. Be sure you have a condom every time. Never get pressured or feel like it doesn't matter. If you don't want a doctor to see your body, it could get uncomfortable with a guy. Think it through and stay true to your heart.
By the way, Planned Parenrthood or a local health clinic or school nurse is a good place to start. So is your friends mom.
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