If you’re 13 to 16 and want contraception, an abortion or tests for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), the doctor, nurse or pharmacist won’t tell your parents (or carer) as long as they believe that you fully understand the information you’re given, and your decisions.
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- You can buy condoms if you're under 16
- Condoms are effective only if used correctly
- You can get pregnant if you have sex during your period
- The Pill does not protect you against STIs
- Does the contraceptive implant protect me from STI's?
- Underage sex: unplanned pregnancy
- Underage sex: boys under 16
- Underage sex: 13-15 year olds
- Where can I get condoms?
Text RYJG10 £5 to 70070