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desiree913 - November 5

Im 15 and 3 months pregnant my first doctors appointment for an ultrasounds tmr. Im still w. The babys dad have been for 2 years. He's also 15 but he's in training school at the moment and might not be getting out for nine months. Im wicked stressed about the whole situation so any advice would be greatly appreciated.


amanda17 - November 5

What kind of advice would you like? On how to relax? Things are stressful and there's not much you can do about it. Take a bubble bath.


Krissy25 - November 5

I would say just keep your bf updated as much as possible and let him know that you need him to be supportive as much as he can be, maybe it's a phone call every few days or chatting online together at a certain time. And try to keep in mind that although he may not be able to be around very much for your pregnancy and possibly the first few months after the baby is born, he is learning skills that will help him provide for you and the baby and in the end that is the most important thing. Good luck to you.


V9653 - November 6

I guess I don't fully understand. Sorry-so maybe you could be a little more specific! Are you stressed about the bf or the pregnancy? If you're stressed about being pregnant, all I can say is you have to get over that-you only have your first baby once, and either you will find it magical when it's born or you'll end up resenting it. If you fret over it then you have a higher chance of resenting your baby and putting it through hell. If you end up falling madly in love with it then you are going to be depressed that you fretted your entire pregnancy instead of enjoying every moment of it. What's done is done, and it can't be undone. S_x wasn't made for pleasure, it was made for making babies, and the pleasure is motivation to keep the human race going. The sooner you accept that and move on then you'll be able to live in the present at_tude of-yeah I'm young-he's young and this wasn't our plan, but there is a beautiful life inside of me, and I'm experiencing something many many women never will. If you're stressed about your boyfriend not being around for the pregnancy then it's completely understandable. It's lonely, but there's many girls your age who get pregnant and the guy completely denies them-thats a far greater pain. Just take the personal time to keep busy and bond with your baby. Like someone else said-try new and cute ways to keep him involved and informed-like with little surprises here and there. But really there's nothing you can do, but just feel blessed that you are not one of the girls in a worse situation, and he'll be around for the hard part-when the baby's actually here. Don't let anything, and I mean anything stand in the way of you enjoying every moment of your pregnancy and keeping a positive att_tude.



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