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  • Kelsey
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12 years 3 weeks ago #1 by Kelsey
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Leah, Stopping by the birthright center sounds like a good idea to me. When I had a pregnancy scare in the past even though I had a negative test I was still scared and thought that I might be pregnant. I went to a doctor at the health center at school, not to birthright, but the doctor reassured me that I wasn't pregnant and it helped to calm my worries. If the test was negative then you are probably not pregnant, but they might be able to do a blood test which I think can detect smaller levels of the hormone than urine tests. Also if it turns out tht you are they should be able to provide emotional and possibly even financial support for you through your pregnancy. They can help you with how to tell your parents etc and maybe even provide some baby clothes. I understand how scared you are - I've been there. Either way life will be OK. Hang in there. Kate

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