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How do i talk to my parents about birth control? I am not married

I m fourteen right now. so my boyfriend and i have been going out for almost two years we both care about each other ALOT and.. well we ve both been thinking about sex now before you say i m to young and he thats all he wants from me I want it too and he isnt pressuring me what so ever. I wanted to know how to ask my parents about birth control pills .. i m afraid to because they found a condom in my room before and a pregnancy test. i m still a virgin the condom was just there.. and the pregnancy test was my friend s. but they didnt believe me so they kinda dont like my boyfriend right now.. how can i talk to my mom about this? any advice? (beside no sex) these topics have come up with my parents before so i know i couldd bring it up, i m just afraid to bring this one up and of course i ll use condom with the pill or not.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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You have your entire life to have sex. You may be mentally mature but you have to be aware that your physical body is not yet mature. At age 14, it's going to hurt, I can guarantee you that.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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