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What can I do to get an IUD without parental consent?

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Dr. Zoey Goore
Pediatrics

In brief: IUD

In most states contraception (birth control) is confidential and does not need your parent's consent.
Iuds fall into this category. Some insurances will not pay for iuds so that may be a different issue but asking for one is confidential. You can ask a gynecologist.

In brief: IUD

In most states contraception (birth control) is confidential and does not need your parent's consent.
Iuds fall into this category. Some insurances will not pay for iuds so that may be a different issue but asking for one is confidential. You can ask a gynecologist.
Dr. Zoey Goore
Dr. Zoey Goore
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Dr. Scott Diede
Unfortunately this is only true in 21 states. The rest have some form of limitation ranging from minor to absolutely not. Massachusetts does not need parental consent.
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