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Birthcontrol an medicare?

So Im 17 an wanna know about birthcontrol..
If I have medicaide do i need to pay for the 5 year implant? Do i have to have a parent? Which birth controls are best? What are the side effect? If i get it with my moms medicaide can she see it if she gose to the doctors?

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Good for you for planning ahead. Personally, I think it would be better to wait to become sexually active, but if you are determined, prevention is very wise. I'm afraid I can't tell you much about how this insurance works, but if you have medicaide, you should be able to ask them.

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Im already sexually active just wanted to be more pertected.
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You are being wise. If your mom knows you're active, maybe she won't object to you using birth control.
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She won't, i just don't want her to see me differnt..
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Honey, she's not going to stop loving you. And I'd be willing to bet you that she already knows you are active, Mom's are pretty perceptive. Maybe it's time you trusted her with this secret. Might make life easier.
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Too early for a adult thing. Wait till 25 at least mid 20's ya know? Because most early V card cash outs end in what leads to be a quite unsettling predicament in the near future.

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It dosnt matter ive been with my bf for 4 years an hes the one i chose.
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If love it true. However I do not believe love is of this world. Mostly because my parents are fighting and eventually break up, also my grandparents grown to hate each other up to this day. I do believe love is a thing but have yet to see true love other than from absurd stories. They are still together both my parents and grandparents mostly because they are afraid to see me go bad, I do not know why but it is not what they do or did it's about how this world holds nothing but despair. War will end us and sad to say I will live to see it. Also sooner than you think.
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That's your fault. Not mine just because you're to bitter to love dosnt mean i am.
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Contact your local planned parenthood they would be best at offering this advice. You can also go to local health department. All this information is available without parental consent, don't know about the billing. Ideally sexual activity should wait but most importantly you are seeking answers to prevent an unwanted pregnancy and hopefully disease too.

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