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Please help me I don't know what to do!

7 answers
1 year ago
Im 14 years old and I had sex for the first time with my boyfriend. Im now 12 days late on my period and I have no idea what to do. I go to a boarding school and I ordered a pregnancy test it will be here in two days. But until then I'm breaking down from the stress. i know that if I am pregnant then I want an abortion or abortion pills. I'm not sure how ill afford it but hopefully I can. I don't want to tell my parents, its just not an option. please help me. I don't know if I can even walk into a planed parent hood without dying of embarrassment and leaving right away. I just don't want to be judged. is there a way that i can still take morning after pills or is it to late? My boyfriend is really supportive. I just don't know what to do.

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1 year ago
Just try and remain calm in the next two days, or go to a clinic tommorrow. Depending on where you live you may Have to tell your parents to get an abortion. Morning after pills can only be taken up to 72 hours after having unprotected sex, they will not terminate a pregnancy, only stop the egg from implanting.
1 year ago
I think im just going to tell my mom. I live in califonia so I dont think I need her consent but i dont think i can do this with out her. I just dont know how she is going to react..
1 year ago
Tell your mom, no matter what you plan on doing you need her support. I couldn't even imagine how hard it would be to go through it alone. It's never an easy decision, but just make sure you think about it before you rush into something. I'm 14 too, and I am 10 weeks pregnant. My mom was really mad at me, and yours will be too, but in the end she will be happy you told her.
1 year ago
Stay Calm and do not be embarrassed to go to the clinic because you are not the first and only irresponsable teen that have unprotected sex and face this problem. Also, if you know any adult that you can trust and can help you you need to do so if is that imposible to tell your parents.
1 year ago
Stay Calm and do not be embarrassed to go to the clinic because you are not the first and only irresponsable teen that have unprotected sex and face this problem. Also, if you know any adult that you can trust and can help you you need to do so if is that imposible to tell your parents.
1 year ago
You really should have went to your mom when you first had sex and you should have been on something. My little brother is 16 and his girl friend is 15, they had a baby when she was 14 so yea you're not the only one out their with this problem. End the end they decided to keep the baby and they are very happy. My advice is if you don't want the baby give it up for adoption. I myself couldn't even think of aborting a child and I'm 7 months pregnant and only 18 plus I have a three year old step-son. And for future advice, hunny get on something or make your booyfriend use a condom. Be smart about it and good luck with whatever you decide.
1 year ago
You really should have went to your mom when you first had sex and you should have been on something. My little brother is 16 and his girl friend is 15, they had a baby when she was 14 so yea you're not the only one out their with this problem. End the end they decided to keep the baby and they are very happy. My advice is if you don't want the baby give it up for adoption. I myself couldn't even think of aborting a child and I'm 7 months pregnant and only 18 plus I have a three year old step-son. And for future advice, hunny get on something or make your booyfriend use a condom. Be smart about it and good luck with whatever you decide.

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