I don't have a car and I live with my parents, I do attend high school (so yes I'm very young), and I'm 5 days late. How in the world do I get my hands on a pregnancy test without drawing attention from my loved ones? I don't know what to do. Not to mention I had light spotting around the time I was supposed to get my period. Could I even be pregnant?
I don't think a store is too far, it's just the fact that there is a major street that I have to cross to get there. And I'm worried about the judgement I would get from the person at the check out line
I'm nineteen weeks and my mom knew before I got to tell her, and I told her when u was for weeks pregnant. She was excited because unlike her I waited a little bit longer, she had me when she was seventeen.
If you're still in high school, go to the school nurse. That's their job.. talk to her about it and she should give you a test. If it turns out you're not pregnant after all, talk to her about contraceptives if you aren't planning on getting pregnant anytime soon.
Go to the store and get one u need to know and any dirty or weird looks from strangers don't matter if nothing else do u have a debit card? U could order some offline as long as no one at ur house opens ur mail
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