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Seeing a doctor

No matter how old you are, you have a right to confidentiality when you see your doctor. This means that your doctor will not tell anyone about what you discuss, whether you ask for contraception, are worried about drink or drugs, eating disorders, depression or other worries.

If you want to make sure that you will be seen in confidence, try and ring first and ask if confidential appointments are offered to under 16s.

The only time your doctor may pass on information about you is if he or she suspects that you are at risk of serious harm or that you might do harm to someone else. In this case, nothing should be passed on before you have discussed it.

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