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  • #10429
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    Hello,
    Im 15 yrs old and im almost 100% sure im pregnant because my boyfriend came in me twice on my most firtile days of the month. I am really scared he doesnt want me to say anything to anyone. and i dont know who to talk to is 15 to youung? will it mess up my life what should i do i can still get plan b but i dont have myhealth card. a part of me wants a baby. I know i could give it a good life.
    thanks please someone respond

    #10431
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    [b][color=#FF0000][size=3]i know how you feel! I know you are scared… I knowyour thinking "How does she know what im goin through?"
    well im 15 and i think im 3 weeks preg. and im VERY scared…. i wish i wasnt going through this but i’m & soo are you!
    a part of me wants thsi but another part doesnt!
    i dont know what to do either.
    Im scared to tell my parents and the sadest thign is im not w. the guy i though was gonna b a part of my life nay more!
    well all i know is that its to late to go back!
    its here and we have to deal w/ it as an adult b/c we r no long children we are about to have our own children!
    i kwno i dont really know you but I can talk when ever you want![/size][/color][/b]

    #10432
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    hi im 15 and pregnant too. i know exactly what your going through. my boyfriend didnt want me to tell anyone so my family would still like him. i realized though thats its my body and im the one who has to deal with the morning sickness and guilt of keeping it from my mother so yesterday i decided to tell her. she was angry at first but then she calmed down and realized that we all make mistakes and she is going to help me with whatever i decide to do. i think you should do the same. your boyfriend might be mad but he needs to realize that this is your decision too and you cant go through this alone. trust me i kept this secret from my mother for a month and it killed me everyday. i dont know how far along you are but the longer you wait the harder its going to be to deal with it. trust me this is coming from someone who understands what you’re going through and its a lot easier to deal with when you have somebody helping you along the way. good luck in whatever you decide.

    – Rachel

    #10434
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    Hey girl, I happened to run across this website and I saw your message. My name is Sara, and I’m 22 now, but I can remember being scared the way you are right now. The first thing you have to realize is that there are THREE people involved, and you have to do what is best for ALL of them. Your boyfriend might be scared like you, or angry, but you both have to be as adult-like as you can right now. You are young, and so hiding this is about the worst thing you could do. There are so many people out their who want to help you. try the pregnancy help line on this website. Talk to a trusted adult who can be objective–a priest or minister is a great person. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t go through with this pregnancy just because you are too young. Sex is an adult act, so you have to deal with the consequences like an adult. Next you have to think about you. Yes, you are pretty young, but there are options for you. You can get an abortion, but for the rest of your life, you will remember that day (the day you ended your child’s life) rather than having a day to rememeber as your child’s birthday. I am a huge fan of open adoptions–this means that you allow someone to adopt your baby (give him or her two stable parents in a good home) and you might still be able to keep in contact or visit every now and then. You mentioned Plan B. I am in my second year of pharmacy school right now and I have a test over that drug on Monday. Let me tell you, it probably isn’t a good option for you. Plan B is a really high dose of hormones (a lot higher than what your body is used to or needs). Plan B basically starves this tiny little being in your body. If you had sex and are already pregnant, then that tiny beginning person is already growing. He or she is trying to get important nutrients from your body, but the drugs in Plan B make your uterus unable to nourish the growing little being. Essentially, he or she starves and dies. This brings me to the third person involved in this all: the tiny baby growing in you. He or she deserves to live. He or she shouldn’t have life ended for any reason. This baby deserves a happy home and life and two stable parents. You may or may not be able to provide that. But as a mother, it is your DUTY to make sure that your baby has that. If you have a supportive family you might be able to do that. You have to make a choice to be unselfish and put your child first. If you can’t provide that kind of a life, then you might talk to an adoption agency that can let you be a part of picking out adoptive parents. This is a beautiful gift to give both your child and another set of parents out there somewhere. It is the most courageous, unselfish thing you could ever do in a situation like yours. So give it some thought! But remember that you have to do what is best for everyone–that means every deserves to live and they deserve to live happy with their life and with the decisions they made.

    Good Luck. Be Brave. Be Strong. Make the best decision for everyone involved. I know you don’t know me, but I will be thinking about you and praying for you! You can make it through this! If you make the best decision, then 10 years from now, you can look back and be proud of yourself, and your child will be proud of you too!

    love, sara

    #10436
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    I’d advise highly against plan b. That pill to me is the same as abortion. If your pregnant remember you have 9 months to figure out what you are going to do. Fifteen is very young to raise a baby but younger mothers have succeeded.
    Good luck!

    #10437
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    hey hun,
    first of all, i want to let you know that im in a similar situation. I’m 17 years old in the last half of my senior year. I’m about 5 months pregnant and trust me, it’s been hard. I def. thought about an abortion at first but all my life ive been totally against it so I knew I wouldnt have the courage to do so. Thats a life inside of me, you know. He has a heartbeat and all of that (and he just started kicking!) My mom was pregnant with twins by a man that raped her in before she had me. She got an abortion and she’s regretted it ever since. Not only did she suffer physically, but emotionally as well. She says that if she could turn back the hands of time, she would definately change her decision.

    BUT, before you go assuming things, you might want to get a pregnancy test first. Many, many women have scares of being pregnant and end up not even being pregnant so just check to be sure first. I’d say take at least two.

    If you are pregnant, however, I’d advise that you really consider the baby inside of you before going to get an abortion. I cannot even explain the love I have for my baby at this point because Ive never felt love like this before.

    Now, you are very young and you may think of that as a big problem but honestly, there are so many girls out there who went thru the same thing and still made it. There are so many programs willing to help you.

    Alright hun, good luck with everything. I pray you make the right decision for you. God Bless you.

    Always,

    Reesie

    #10439
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    Hi
    First of all, take a pregnancy test so you can really be sure. If you are pregnant and you want a child, go for it! Your boyfriend may want you to keep things quiet because he is scared a wee bit too. If you are pregnant no, it won’t mess up your life unless you let it. Things are just as much in your hands as they ever were. It’s not about how old you are it’s about how old you act and choose to be. Good luck.
    Teresa

    #10440
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    i amyour shoes right now i am 15 and think i am pregnant but i feel the same way u do idont know weather or not to be happy or not

    #10442
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    Amanda,

    Don’t give up hope. If you are pregnant, it is not the end of the world or the end of your life.

    I would strongly urge you to call the numbers that are provided on this web page. Please consider the life that may be inside of you and the chance that your baby has. You may be only 15, but you can make a very responsible and adult decision now. You can choose life! You can choose to give your baby life and continue to cooperate with God’s plan for you.

    Girls, Women are very special in our Heavenly Father’s eyes. You are the ones chosen to carry the very life of the human being and soul inside of you. You are giving life to another by allowing that baby to share your body with you.

    Understand that what you may see as a mistake now, will not be seen as a mistake later. Don’t beat yourself up over what has happened. If you are pregnant (and you may not know for sure), don’t make another decision that you will regret later. If you aren’t pregnant, you may want to recognize that you have been given a valuable lesson in what can happen when we take the gift of sexuality for granted.

    I will pray for you and ask God to give you the wisdom and the courage to do what is right. Remember that abortion is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.

    God bless you

    #10443
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    I KNOW EXACTLY HOW YOU FEEL. I WAS 16 WHEN I FOUND OUT I WAS PREGNANT. I DIDNT WANT TO HAVE AN ABORTION BUT I DID BECAUSE I FELT LIKE I HAD NO OTHER OPTIONS. I WAS VERY WRONG. I REGRET IT UNTIL THIS VERY DAY AND THERES NOT A DAY THAT GOES BY THAT I DONT THINK ABOUT IT AND IM ALMOST 20. DONT DO SOMETHING YOU’RE GOING TO REGRET. YOU DO HAVE CHOICES AND YOU ARE NOT ALONE. 😉

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