Birth control pills are very effective at preventing pregnancy when a woman takes one every day. They do not protect against any STDs. “The pill” is available over the counter in many countries. In the U.S., you need a doctor’s prescription.
U.S. law prevents your doctor from telling your parents about your birth control. However, they may find out if you pay for it using your parent’s health insurance. Birth control typically costs US$15–$50 per month, so you and your sexual partner may be able to pay for it yourselves.
These pills are very safe for most women but may cause health issues if you have serious health issues related to your heart or blood. Smoking increases this risk. Learn about the pros and cons before taking them.
Birth control pills make your menstrual cycle more regular and may reduce unpleasant side effects, such as acne and cramping.
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