First of all, I know how you feel. I was 18yrs old when I got pregnant 16yrs ago. I tried to hide it from my parents by putting pads & tampons in the bathroom trash when it was time for my period. I ws supose to go away to nursing school that fall. You need to really think this over. You are so young and you have a lot of time to have children. I had my baby & it was nothing like I expected. I had a long labor & ended up having a c-section. I also got a staff infection in the incision. When I got home it was so hard, the baby stayed up & cried all night. My mom helped a lot. I also went through post partum depression and at one point I wanted to give the baby up for adoption. You need to find out for sure if you really are pregnant, then you need to tell your bf. Most important, you need to tell your parents. You need to go to the Dr. get checked out since you're so young yourself. There is a lot to think about. Children are very expensive and being responsible for another life is the most challenging job you'll ever have. If you wnat to go to college or even graduate high school, it's gonna be a lot harder having a baby & trying to make somehting of yourself. I'm not saying it can't be done, I did it. Not the way I wanted to. I didn't get to go away to school, but before my son was a year old I went to school and became a Lisenced Practical Nuse, I wanted to be an RN but it was to hard to work, go to school and raise my child. In the end, the decision is up to you, but I'm not gonna say it's gonna be the hardest thing you'll ever do! It also comes with tons of rewards. just really think about every option and tell your parents as soon as you feel you can.