I decided to take an informal poll of young women from lots of different backgrounds to find out how their mothers came to know of their sexual activity. A few key themes surfaced from the poll: A few women had a my-mom-read-my-diary situation. These sort of patterns point to an unfortunate reality: Here are some tips, which can also be applied to talking with your dad, aunt, other mom, etc.
Should You Tell the Doctor If You're Having Sex? (for Teens)
If you have your mom take you to get birth control and they ask if you are sexually active, does it matter if you say yes or no? You need to tell the doctor because having sex can affect your health in ways you might not see or feel. But if a person isn't treated, it could lead to serious health problems like pelvic inflammatory disease PID , which can cause infertility the inability to have a baby. Knowing this lets the doctor test for "hidden" infections to be sure everything's OK.
My partner and I have been together for about 6 months now. He's 17 and I'm We have unprotected sex sometimes, and I think I might have gotten pregnant. I won't be able to tell until next week, but I'm kind of crampy and bloated already.