Health care law can be confusing, especially if you’re under 18. Often, teens don’t feel comfortable going to adults for health advice. That’s why we made a series of videos to answer some of the most common questions teens have about their health care. It’s your health, know the law.
“I think I should get on the pill. Where did you go when you went on it last year?”
“It’s going to be okay. It’s only been 10 hours and Google says that you can use Emergency Contraception. Calm down and call the pharmacy to see what they say.”
“I asked the doctor if my parents can find out about my doctor’s visit or what we talked about.”
“I went to the doctor’s office to get a test and they said the results would be in soon. I’m scared to find out, will you call for me?”
“I was looking online and I read that I can talk to someone without telling my parents.”