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Best Answer Nicole Grizzle says
Well said I totally agree and that is exactly what I've done I just let her know that I love her and I ever wanted to do was protect her from things like this and that I still do! Thanks for answering
This stuff is tough on anyone, but especially for someone who is still trying to find herself. Thank YOU for being a good parent and supporting her.
I agree 100%, while physical treatment is important, your teenage will need love, reassurance, and support. As I said before, this would be difficult for an adult, let alone a teenager.
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Valerie Hayward says
Before I read on let me clarify she doesn't know that I know I take her today to the dr so she can tell her the lab results I found out by accident the dr asst gave me her prescription when I went to go pick up a referral for something else! Thanks
If she isn't aware that you already know I would give her a chance to tell you first. Finding out you have an STD is a big deal, even for an adult who isn't going through lots of hormonal changes. Or, bring it up when you give her the prescription.
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Thanks dashingscorpio great answer and advice
Lisa Vollrath says
Thanks for answering Lisa but what if they were educated about sex and still ???
H C Palting says
Thanks for your answer
Nichol marie says
My heart was broken because I thought all the talking I did was some what matter but sometimes it just isn't enough I guess thanks for answering
Anastasia Bronnikova says
Yes I agree with Nicole as well thanks for answering