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14 and pregant

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1 year ago
hey.. uhh im 14 and pregnant and I don't know what to do? what do I eat? how do I tell my boyfriend ? or my parents ? im going through such a hard time I cant see my boyfriend anymore cause his mom all ive done is throw up please help me ?

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1 year ago
First, if all haven't already, make sure you're actually pregnant. I can't tell you how many women come on here assuming they're pregnant before they've even taken a test. So if you havent yet, take a pregnancy test.then, you need to tell your parents. I'm sure it will be hard, but they need to know. They will be the ones helping you through all of this. After that, you need to see a doctor or midwife for prenatal care. You need to start taking prenatal vitamins, a DHA supplement (900mg a day is the newest recommendation), and extra calcium. you can also just take a regular multivitamin (I like the gummies) and then also take a folic acid supplement.as far as your diet goes, eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, low fat dairy, and whole grains. Drink lots of water. Avoid junk food and fast food as much as you can. I've found that the healthier I eat, the less I have cravings for sweets and junk food.
11 months ago
Dear friend it is almost two months now since i order a pregnancy spell cast on me by Dr ZOGO from this email zogospellcasters@gmail.com and which i started seeing changes on my body since the first week of last month and it two months and i am carrying my own baby in my womb i am so happy that i finally get pregnant after all i been through. All thanks be to Dr Zogo

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