Me and my boyfriend are 14 and 15. We had unprotected sex about 2 or 3 weeks ago. I found out im pregnant today when i took my test. I always had my period at the begening of the month and i haven't had it. I know im really young but if i am pregnant what can i do to make sure the baby is healthy? and how can i tell my parents without them being upset? is there any way that I can provide for my child? PLEASE HELP ME.
be honest w/ them their going to
be mad & also you go to your doctors
appts. faithfully & take your prenatal vitamins
faithfully .. & are you sure your pregnant ? or what ?
& uh the only way i would say you can provide
for your baby is getting a job ? & having you & the father
of the baby do that as well as hoping to have both of you
guys parents help , love & support ...
It depends on your stares law if chold labor ,
& I'd suggest you'd talk to your school counselor
To find out what are some benefits from you'd school
& or community that help & support teen parents
, have Yoh talked to your parents ? Is your school aware
Of you'd pregnancy ? Dies anyone besides yourself
& your boyfriend/baby's father know about this unborn child ?
i Know In Most States You Have To Get A Work Permit i Live In Fl and we dont need one but in some states You do just go to your guidence counselor and ge one umm... you coukd be a hostess at a restaurant (show people their seats)Thats What I Work As And i Am 15
If you want your child to be healthy, it is advised to cut down/ quit smoking, don't drink, no drugs, and start taking folic acid tablets.
The way my midwife explained it to me, is don't do anything while your pregnant that you wouldn't do while holding your baby, so no trampolines etc.
How's everything going ?
A healthy and balanced diet is also adviseable. If you like drinking lots of tea or coffee it's also advisable to cut down or cut out your caffine intake as well as what youngmumtobe3 said.
Gently exercise is good for you and baby but sit ups is a no no. Avoid nuts, unpasturised milk, shell fish and egg. If you like eggs they have to be hard yolk and not a runny egg or soft yolk. Depending on what the midwife says they might say you can eat mayo some say you can't. Fish high in Omega 3 is good as well good luck