Posted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 9:30 pm
I would suggest going to your doctor and getting some advice from them. Around now would be ok to do a test at home but you might be better at the docs so you have the extra support you may need. They'll do a test for you and let you know what to do from there whether you're pregnant or not.
Hope all goes well
Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 12:41 pm
Im Planning On Goin To The Doctors Sometime This Week So I Will Let You Know How I Get On, I Cant Talk To My Mum Shes One Of These People Who Would Either Chuck Me Out My House Or Be Really Disapointed In Me, Thank You Very Much For Your Help.
Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:55 pm
Hi Kim, try not to worry, but most of all realise that you dont have to be alone in all this. If you have a Brooke advisory service/clinic in your area, they specialise in helping young people in your situation, and it is totally confidential. They can arrange for a pregnancy test, and depending on the outcome, support you from there, organise contraception etc. Tell a close friend or someone you can trust, sister aunt etc. You might be surprised about your mums reaction, but find out if you are or not first and at least then you know what is happening, you could be worrying for nothing.
Let me know if you want any more help or just someone to talk to.
Take care xxx