Medical Questions

Normally you would come down to the Teen Health Clinic at your school and ask these questions. Hopefully this will help answer some of them! You can always call 781 598 8128 to make an appointment, but if this is an emergency please go to the emergency room or call 911. 

 

How Does The Covid-19 Vaccine Work?

 

It is flu season! Have questions about the flu shot?

  • What should I expect when I arrive?

  • Can I get a physical? 

    • Yes, if you normally go to Lynn Community Health Center for your physicals and go to a school that has a School Based Health Center
  • How can I make an appointment if I feel sick (fever, cough, runny nose, stomach ache, diarrhea, vomiting, sore throat)?

    • Please go to urgent care, or to your emergency room
  • I don’t feel THAT sick. I just have a rash/I twisted my ankle/have questions about pimples

    • Call 781 598 8128 to make an appointment and we will see if we can see you here or if it’s better to go to Urgent Care.
  • Can I make a confidential appointment?

    • Yes you can make a confidential appointment! Call 781 598 8128
  • What is a confidential appointment?

    • If you have questions about birth control, Plan B, need a pregnancy test, STI testing, PrEP, or questions about drugs and alcohol these count as a confidential appointment
    • You do not have to bring an adult to this appointment
    • Click here for more information
  • I have questions about birth control

  • How can I get tested for STI?

    • You can call 781 598 8128 and ask for a Confidential Visit 
    • You can walk into Thursday Teen Health Clinic located on the Pearl team on Thursdays 3-5pm
    • ...what is a STI?
  • Helpful links to safe places with more information, because the internet can be confusing

    • Young Women’s Health 
      • A great resource for young women about nutrition, health topics, sexual health, and relationships
    • Young Men’s Health
      • A great resource for young men about nutrition, health topics, sexual health, and relationships
    • The Trevor Project
      • A resource for questions about LGBTQIAA+ topics