If you are nodding your head in recognition, call your child's pediatrician.He or she regularly counsels young patients about sexual behavior, birth-control methods, and techniques for preventing sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
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Some are meant for teen audiences, while others provide information for advocates and other youth-serving professionals.
This online booklet from the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) gives teens an overview of sexual information.
Sometimes condoms break, or teens may forget to use their method properly. Plan B One-Step® and other similar store-brand pills contain progestin hormones.
They are available over-the-counter, even for teens.
Worried about her daughter's future, the mom turns to Dr.