In most cases, parents are disappointed that their child is using alcohol or drugs, but when their teen has asked for help, most parents are relieved and support treatment. Even then, your doctor would tell your parents that you were depressed and need help but would not reveal your sexual orientation. A: Every state allows for teens to be tested and treated for STIs without your parents knowing. Make sure your doctor has your current address and phone number. At these clinics teens can get tested for STIs and get birth control on their own.
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