Question: How Can I Get Birth Control Without My Parents?

Can I get birth control without anyone finding out?

Yes.

You do not need permission from a parent or guardian to get birth control.

In fact, it is unethical and illegal for clinic workers or health care providers to tell your parents/guardians you were even at the clinic.

Can you get the pill under 16 without parents?

Contraception services are free and confidential, including for people under 16 years old. This means the doctor or nurse won’t tell your parents or anyone else, as long as they believe you’re mature enough to understand the information and decisions involved.

How can I get birth control pills without going to the doctor?

You need a prescription for birth control pills. You can get a prescription from a doctor or nurse at a doctor’s office, health clinic, or your local Planned Parenthood health center. In a few states, you can even get a prescription online or directly from a pharmacist.

Where can I get birth control for free?

Some free clinics and community health centers, like Planned Parenthood, offer low- or no-cost birth control.

Can a 16 year old get birth control without parental consent in Florida?

Teen Confidentiality

Even though you are under 18, your visit at Planned Parenthood and your test results are completely confidential and cannot be shared without your consent. According to Florida law, if you are under the age of 18, you do not need your parents’ permission to receive reproductive health care.

Can a 14 year old see a doctor without parent?

You can also make and attend appointments on your own and the GP is legally obliged to keep anything you discuss private. If you are under 16 you can go to see a doctor without your parents or carer but you would need them to register you at your GP surgery so that you can book appointments.

Can you get the pill at 15?

The pill is usually prescribed to women over the age of 16. However, in some cases doctors and nurses can prescribe the pill to women under the age of 16, if they feel that it is appropriate. NHS sexual health services are free and confidential and your doctor or nurse can help you choose a contraceptive.