The pill is most common if this is to regulate your period. If it's for sex, I would recommend talking to your parent/guardian first. You will want to use two forms of birth control if sexually active. A condom is always needed, even if on the pill, to prevent STI's.
Not every birth control is right for everyone. Depending on where u live u may be able to go to family planning with adult consent. U will want to talk to a dr for what is right for u. As a teen mom with a mom who would not let me go on birth control even though I asked and used condoms this is the best I can recommend. Good luck and Congrats on trying to be responsible
cbratcat that is very true. Licia I also recommend to just talking to your primary physician because everyone is different. For example, the Nuva Ring can be right for me but for my friend it can make her uneasy and it might not be suiting for her. Before anything though, talk with your parent/guardian first. Hope this helps :)
You aren't too young to be on birth control. However, keep in mind everyone is different. Keep trying until you find the method that's right for you. Preferably, go to an obgyn if you can. If not, many clinics can help you out with this.
My daughter took a low dose of Yaz to regulate her cycle.(she would have it sometimes 3x a month) however she was moody, emotional, gained weight and once she found cysts in her breasts the Yaz was stopped. 6 months later no Yaz...regular.... And the cysts are still there :(