A lot of people are concerned about going on the pill or have other birth control because they don't want their parents to know they're sexually active. However, it's important to know this should not stop you from getting and using birth control. At Health Services you can make an appointment, request birth control from a clinician, and (after having it prescribed) pick it up at the counter at Health Services. Be prepared to pay with credit card or check at that time. IT WILL NOT SHOW UP ON YOUR BURSAR BILL AT ALL.
Tune in for more info on EC and the particulars around lab charges for STI testing and vaginal and anal pap smears.
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