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i thought i miscarriaged but i think im still pregnant?

By July 12, 2010 - 12:33pm
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is it possible to get something simular o your period and think its a miscarriage? about 5 weeks ago i was 8 weeks pregnant and i thought i had a miscarriage but i didnt go to the doctors and now 5 weeks later i still get all the symtoms but worse can someone help me? btw im 16 so i cant just go out and buy a test because my mom will find out id have someone mail me one in the mail but i dont know who will if any of you guys ant to please let me know i would greatly appreciate it

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i can prolly have a friend get me one and im almost 17 i am safe in my household as of the part being victim to my mom she would kick me out if im pregnant shes done it before not me but my older bro for getting his girlfriend pregnant a year ago..

July 30, 2010 - 7:22pm

uhm no my primary doc tells my mom everything no matter what because there good friends and i have no transportation what so ever and i also missed my period this month and last month

July 27, 2010 - 1:13pm
(reply to katelynstilson)

You sound as if you are not willing to try any of our advice, am I reading this correctly?

How old are you? If you have no car, do you have a friend with a car? Are you able to ride a bus, or call for a taxi?

You are making it sound as though you are a victim to your mom, and to your household. Is this true, are you safe?

Your primary doctor should not be talking with your mom if you are over the age of 18, as s/he could lose their medical license. If you are under 18, I assume your mom would want to take you to the doctor, so that any infection can be treated and not become worse (and more difficult to treat). If you have not had a period for months, also need to talk with your doctor (and take a home pregnancy test; do you have a nearby pharmacy or drug store that you can walk to, or ask a friend to pick one up for you?).

Please tell us what you are willing to do, and we can help.

July 27, 2010 - 1:54pm

i also have a thick white discharge coming out of both nipples

July 18, 2010 - 12:21pm
(reply to katelynstilson)

Please see a doctor, as this could indicate an infection or other condition.

Are you able to get to your doctor, talk with a school nurse, or get to a Planned Parenthood? Your symptoms can become worse, so as Cary said, it is imperative that you call someone soon.

Can you call your regular primary care physician, without suspicion from your parents (although, the visit would be on their insurance bill). I am sure your parents/mom will want you to be safe, and thick white discharge from your nipples is something that needs to be medically evaluated.

July 18, 2010 - 7:46pm


Yes, you could still be pregnant, or you could be having a medical issue and honestly, these things can get serious. I don't know if you are in the U.S., but if you are, I suggest you get to a Planned Parenthood for an exam to be sure you are okay and to find out for sure whether or not you are pregnant. In many states you can do this without your parents knowing about it. Your health is the most important part of this situation, and it is important for you to be examined by a professional to see just what is going on. A pregnancy test is not the only thing you need right now.

Planned Parenthood charges on a sliding scale, so if you have no money they will work with you. Please find the office closest to you and get checked out. http://www.plannedparenthood.org/.

If you need more help, let us know. But please believe me when I say you need a health care provider to physically examine you. Good luck.

July 14, 2010 - 6:55am
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