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    Condoms are really not hard for you young 'uns to get hold of. Also, you should see your GP and discuss the pill.
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    (Original post by xDestinyx)
    Information here :

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=654345
    thanks

    but 3 years :O can it get removed?
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    I just want to add that if you're having bf troubles, are you sure you want to have sex with him?
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    go on the pill then if you want to be extra safe, just go to your gp or family planning clinic and ask to go on the contraceptive pill.
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    Either go to family planning or clinic by yourself (tell your parents you are going somewhere else..)
    Or as other people have suggested tell your parents you want to go on it as it controls irregular periods, and can help acne etc.
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    (Original post by Charlski)
    Except you can still feel it and kind of see it...
    Feel, if you actually go feeling for it, but see? No way. I've had mine for over two years now, I haven't had that issue...
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    (Original post by tom//)
    thanks

    but 3 years :O can it get removed?
    Yup! Mine comes out in the Summer!
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    thankss everybody
    im thinking, the pill maybe?.. like saying its for periods and stuff, they might be okay... catholism isnt good yanno! i supose they cant really do alot about it...
    thanks
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    Feel, if you actually go feeling for it, but see? No way. I've had mine for over two years now, I haven't had that issue...

    Meh, I can see the one my friend has.
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    Yup! Mine comes out in the Summer!
    ahh right, ive never even heard of these things. are they new or something? i did sex ed 5+ years ago, cant say i paid much attention either
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    (Original post by tom//)
    ahh right, ive never even heard of these things. are they new or something? i did sex ed 5+ years ago, cant say i paid much attention either
    They were around, but they weren't used often, and they were in the trials I Think then. I hadn't heard of when I did it either!

    I think it's amazing though. I don't get nasty side effects, it means I'm covered - out of 8000 they've put in in this borough, only 3 girls have become pregnant, and that's because they shouldn't have had them because of medication that affects it - and it's discreet. I'm getting another one as soon as this one comes out
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    They were around, but they weren't used often, and they were in the trials I Think then. I hadn't heard of when I did it either!

    I think it's amazing though. I don't get nasty side effects, it means I'm covered - out of 8000 they've put in in this borough, only 3 girls have become pregnant, and that's because they shouldn't have had them because of medication that affects it - and it's discreet. I'm getting another one as soon as this one comes out
    i want one now
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    (Original post by lolage)
    thankss everybody
    im thinking, the pill maybe?.. like saying its for periods and stuff, they might be okay... catholism isnt good yanno! i supose they cant really do alot about it...
    thanks
    xxx
    I think starting off on the pill would be a good idea It lets you gauge how happy you are with it all, for a start. I found I didn't like it, but I know my best friend did, although we both have implants now :P
    EDIT: I should point out that WHEREVER you go, you have the right to confidentiality. If you really want to make sure though, don't give them a house number, just a mobile!
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    (Original post by tom//)
    i want one now
    Haha, I'd go to your doctor's or your sexual health clinic and ask about it then! I know it's been amazing for me, and it means I don't have to worry about anything but STDs for the next 3 years!
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    i just thought i'd add that you don't have to be 16 to get the pill from your GP and you still have the same rights to privacy as you would if you were over 16
 
 
 
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