More details and a longer discussion period is needed on this topic. While I do not work specifically with adolescents I do work with the adult population and find that the “sex talk” is sometimes an uncomfortable talk with any age group. I find that knowing the points that need to be educated and covered with the patient such as the safety aspects of being immunosuppressed, exposer to partner, ect. are topics I always touch upon during the discussion. Gauging the interest in the discussion and reading the body language the patient is displaying may set the tone for the amount of information given at that time. I find that sometimes patients prefer having written materials given to them with contact information should they have questions.