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Do you need parental consent to get birth control in the u.S.?
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Dr. Mary Vanko
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Ocp
A minor does not need parental consent for contraception, .

In brief: Ocp
A minor does not need parental consent for contraception, .
Dr. Mary Vanko
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
In brief: States vary
Many states like my own carve out a separate legal status for minors when dealing with sex.
Birth control pills or methods, pregnancy confirmation & management, diagnosis or treatment of sexually transmitted diseases are all available to minors without parental consent.This is one of the many areas where Planned Parenthood services a fearful teen population.

In brief: States vary
Many states like my own carve out a separate legal status for minors when dealing with sex.
Birth control pills or methods, pregnancy confirmation & management, diagnosis or treatment of sexually transmitted diseases are all available to minors without parental consent.This is one of the many areas where Planned Parenthood services a fearful teen population.
Dr. James Ferguson
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