WTF? Baltimore teen experiences complications from birth control implant given to her at school – without parents’ knowledge

School bureaucrats have more control over your child’s physical health than you do. How “progressive.”

WMAR Baltimore reports that a mother learned her 16-year-old daughter received a birth control implant at school after the teen started complaining about headaches and a pain in her arm.

From their story: Nicole Lambert sent her daughter to get checked out by a pediatrician. The doctor notified her that the three-year contraceptive, Nexplanon, had been improperly implanted in her daughter’s arm and it needed to be removed.

According to paperwork on Merck’s website, the maker of Nexplanon, the implant should go on the inside of the upper arm. Photos show Lambert’s daughter had the implant near the back of arm. Her doctor advised taking the implant out to avoid possible complications, including blood clots.

“I instantly started crying because just to hear that your child, anything could happen to your child and you didn’t even know what’s going on, it’s a scary feeling,” Lambert said. The tiny tube was removed a few days later.

“I actually went to the school. I was furious. I was mad, so I went to the school and the nurse told me, ‘I don’t have to talk to you about absolutely nothing.’ I’m like that is my child, I take care of this child, you can talk to me about my child, and they put me out of the school,” said Lambert.

The state law permitting minors to receive contraceptive services confidentially dates back nearly 50 years. And several of Baltimore City’s 17 School-Based Health Centers (SBHC) provide reproductive health care services.

Of the five SBHCs operated by the Baltimore City Health Department, there were 164 users of birth control during the 2017-2018 school year. The different kinds of birth control include oral contraceptive pills, Plan B, Depo-Provera, NuvaRing, and Nexplanon.

WMAR-2 News requested the data above for the eight SBHCs operated by the Baltimore Medical System. The Baltimore City Law Department and Baltimore Medical System did not provide the requested information.

WMAR-2 News Mallory Sofastaii also reached out to the school system for more information on the nurse’s training, qualifications, birth control policies in schools, and comment on the incident, but was told to direct her questions to the Baltimore City Health Department, which oversees the Digital Harbor school-based health center.

The health department said the law department advised them not to respond to our questions because of a pending case against the city.

Read the whole story here.

h/t PJ Media


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11 months ago

THAT’S THE COMMUNIST WAY. The children become property of the state, they dictate who and where they will study, work, etc. The parents no longer have authority over THEIR children. And people don’t want to see it! That’s what happened to Elian Gonzalez, he is the new man in the communist society of Cuba.

Mad Celt
Mad Celt
11 months ago

Afraid the school nurse would still be picking up her teeth.

11 months ago

And we were supposed to respect our teachers. But we did, because on my day, most of them deserved respect.

11 months ago

Get your kids out of the public indoctrination centers- notice all the politicians don’t send their kids to public schools- they hire nothing but sickos/homos/communists as teachers and support staff

Jackie Puppet
11 months ago

The mother was calmer than I would’ve been had that been my daughter at the time.

I’d have put the nurse through the wall, even if it was made of cinder block or brick!

11 months ago

How is this not a form of government sponsored child abuse?!!!
It seems a parent cannot afford to turn their back on the school system for a minute. They’ve become a restless evil, seeking to twist and pervert the innocent at every opportunity.