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Can I be Pregnant???

By January 15, 2012 - 7:43pm
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Welll I had my period in november 10th-15th & in December I bled for 3 days the 4th, 5th, & 6th. Me and my boyfriend have unprotected sex all the time, & he told me he was going to cum inside me but the thing is, I dont know if he did or not, that happen on dec 21st or the 22nd. On Dec 28 or 29 he said he was going to do it again but I dont know if he did. Then on new years I threw when I woke & I had no alcohol the night before. On january 9th I woke up and had something like blood but it was more in the brownish color and on the 11th I woke up and nothing! I dont know if that was my period or what? But my period usually last 6days and are iregular. ive been eating more then usual, ive felt dizziness & nausea, and my friend told me that I gained a little weight. What do you think- HELP ME! im TOO Young (16)

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I am baffled at the fact that you are 16 years old and you are not only having unprotected sex with your boyfriend but you are letting him "cum" inside of you. Where are your parents?

Take a pregnancy test. If you are not pregnant then count your blessings and learn your lesson. If you are pregnant, then it is time you speak with a parent or guardian and let them know that you're pregnant then schedule an appointment with an OB/GYN.

Good Luck,


January 15, 2012 - 8:02pm
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

My parents are heree, but not here. Moms a crackhead and dad is busy with his other family, they're divorced so I live my own life. & the way I see it, is that I did thinkk about the consequences and yeah im young and I woulda struggled, but for sure i'd make it, I would have soo much help from his family, I dont know about mine. & when do u think would be the best time to take a pregnancy test.

January 15, 2012 - 10:13pm
(reply to AJ122311)


You can take a pregnancy test today. I'm sorry to hear about your mom-- but sooner or later you have to start taking responsibility for your own actions and make wise decisions, not destructive ones. Sure you would make it, everybody makes it-- but not without the struggle and responsibility of raising a child-- teaching them right from wrong is something that is best left for you once you are a grown woman, with a full time job (preferably a career that pays enough to raise a baby) and a father for your child. I'm not going to start lecturing you but I do feel like you need someone to teach you right from wrong still. Whether you sit down with your father and tell him that you need him equally if not more than his other family right now or turn to your boyfriends family and ask for guidance (which I hope they can give you). But an adult figure in your life is essential. 

Please keep us posted,


January 16, 2012 - 9:38am
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