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The American Academy of Pediatrics released a statement on Monday encouraging doctors to write advance just-in-case contraception prescriptions as part of a public strategy to reduce teen pregnancy rates.
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Teen pregnancy is down, but I'm hoping that it will decline even further if more parents arm themselves with information.
Read the pros and cons of the debate Should doctors be able to prescribe birth control without parents permission?
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When I first talked with my parents about going to see a gynecologist and getting prescribed birth control pills, they freaked out.
Read the pros and cons of the debate Teens should be able to get birth control without thier parents consent.