I do and since a number of people are arguing in support of this decision, I think it's safe to assume that they do too.I read that it's effects have NOT been studied on girls as young as 11. Also, do you think it's a good idea for an 11 or 12-year-old to be able to purchase this product without her parents' knowledge?
in addition, in order for the insurance to cover it, the child will have to go to the doctor to get a prescription
The FACT that anyone having their insurance pay for their MAP will have to go to the doctor and get a prescription is not a matter of opinion. You are entitled to your opinions. You are not entitled to your own facts.