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About 2 weeks ago, the condom split. I thought nothing of it at the time and the I was looking at my menstrual tracker and it said that this was a day I was fertile. I then missed a period and started to worry. Since that happened, my boyfriend has said that I am more moody, I've been eating more,and my breasts are a lot more sensitive. I also have been experiencing slight pain in my left overie and been feeling slightly ill. I have also missed a period but I have such an irregular cycle that I tend to miss or come one late/early.
Me and my boyfriend don't have enough money to get a test so we don't know what to do?
Also, is it too early to tell? and I've heard that abortions have an effect on your kidneys and I have a kidney problem so would this stop me aborting the child?
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