Baby on the Way
Thousands of schoolgirls fall pregnant every year.
Being pregnant when you’re a teenager can be a difficult moment in a young girl’s life, forcing them to consider the best way forward for both themselves and their baby.
Feeling isolated, scared and wary about the huge responsibility that you now face is a natural response. Being a mother is a massive task that you need to be prepared for.
Regardless of where you live, there are a host of options open to you on how best to deal with being pregnant. There are different ways for you to deal with this situation, whether it is by seeking professional support and advice on how to deliver a healthy baby and be a good mother, or seeking other options. Whatever you decide, you will need to stand up and be accountable for your newfound circumstances.
Ignoring the signs that you are pregnant, such as nausea, feeling tired, putting on weight will not change the situation. Finding out whether or not you are pregnant as soon as possible will give you time to make the decision that is right for you in a safe way. Once you have established that you are pregnant, then you should see a medical professional as soon as possible to establish your status and be able to make the right choices for you and your baby’s health.