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Am I pregnant with my second already:(

(6 Posts)
Katieemilyxo Sun 03-Jan-16 17:54:54

I was stupid enough to have unprotected sex with my partner (he pulled out) and im three days late I took a clear blue test yesterday and it came negative and I dont feel pregnant could it be something else I hope it is I cant have another at 17 I already have a five month old son

gruffaloshmuffalo Sun 03-Jan-16 18:00:14

Realistically you could be.

If you don't want to have another baby I would advise speaking with a sexual health clinic to be put on contraception if you aren't pregnant.

If you are, there are options for you. It's something you'll have to think about, but you don't have to have the baby if you don't want to.

Whatever happens, there's always someone here to talk to, should you need us

queenofthepirates Sun 03-Jan-16 18:28:07

Second having a chat with your GP or health clinic if you don't want another baby just now. There's lots of options for you to take charge of your fertility like the pill. Hope you get the outcome you're looking for.

goodnightdarthvader1 Sun 03-Jan-16 19:24:55

Hmm, didn't you have THIS EXACT SAME PROBLEM at the beginning of November? Sort your contraception out, love. I've got no time for people who don't help themselves.

SpecialStains Sun 03-Jan-16 21:11:26

If you are unsure what contraception to use - I loved my implant. It's not that painful to put in, lasts 3 years and stopped all my periods in that time. I've had two, and will get a third put in after this pregnancy.

I know some people don't get on with them, but for me the convenience of not having to take anything was fab.

You really do need to take some responsibility for contraception if you don't want another baby. Book an appointment with gp/nurse practitioner as soon as you can.

SpecialStains Sun 03-Jan-16 21:14:39

An iud would also be another good long term option. Lots of people are put off buy having it inserted but again, its minor discomfort for a short period of time.

Both these options do not protect against sti's. If you've been having unprotected sex both you and your partner should get an sti check up.

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