I just found out I'm Pregnant I'm ..?

I just found out I'm Pregnant I'm 20 years old and I'm a first year law student, currently my mind is all over the place. I've been told I'm too far along too get rid off it and it's due in September. I'm not sure where too start preparing for this child. I'm currently unemployed and couch surfing my relationship with my family isn't the best they mentally abused me so I don't plan too tell them. My problem is how is all this going to work, where do I start planing and what support is out there I'm from Sydney. There's so much to think of and I don't want too give up my studies. In list form how should I start planning?

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Annika alexandrov asked on 03 Mar '13 at 15:10

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Please do not use unwanted kit and kill a life that God creates. Instead of that use proper protection to prevent pregnancy. Here are the different methods: Looking for Family Planning?Want to Delay Pregnancy?Not ready to get pregnant now? What are my Choices? If you are not ready to get pregnant and are looking for methods to prevent pregnancy or want to wait for a few years to get pregnant, below are various options for you to choose from. Each one has different failure rates -- no method other than abstinence is 100% effective -- but as per your preference you can make a choice after talking to your doctor about each method and doing your own research to find out what is the best method that suits you or interests you. Natural Natural family planning is also known as the rhythm method. It requires tracking the woman's ovulation and avoiding having sex when she is fertile. However, the failure rate is only 25% which is pretty high and you should be very precise with your calculations & requires careful planning with method Barrier Method Barrier methods include the condom, the diaphragm and the cervical cap. The diaphragm covers the entrance to the uterus, thereby blocking the sperm's access. The condom keeps the sperm contained. In general, barrier methods have a failure rate of in the range of 11 percent to 20 percent, Oral/Topical Some women take pills or wear a patch to control the hormones that allow pregnancy to occur. If used correctly, these drugs prevent pregnancy. You can stop taking the pills if you are ready to get pregnant. The failure rate of the pill or patch is about 5 percent, although it might be somewhat higher in overweight women. Injection Depo-Provera is an injection given to women as birth control. Women must get the shot four times per year, and it has a failure rate of less than 1 percent. Internal IUD stands for internal uterine device. An IUD is inserted into a woman's uterus by a doctor to prevent pregnancy. When the woman is ready to get pregnant the doctor can remove the device. The IUD has a failure rate of about 1 percent. Newer devices, such as the Nuva-Ring, have a failure rate of about 5 percent. Sterilization Both men and women can undergo sterilization procedures, with the goal of permanently preventing pregnancy. Failure rates for both men and women are less than 1 percent however, the procedures are never fool-proof or completely effective in everyone. If you want more detailed information get it right from Letsbaby.com or from the website below. http://www.buzzle.com/articles/different-methods-of-family-planning.html


SaiVeera answer on 28 Jan '14 at 19:32

I advise you to visit your local family planning clinic or your doctor as soon as possible 


Rosy s. answer on 20 May '13 at 17:01

pre natal  vitamins n folic acid you should discuss with your doctor..try to visit any doctor to rule out any other infections or problems in family planning ...that way you will have much better idea...


Emma . answer on 02 May '13 at 17:20

Its look like normal but i advise you to visit your local family planning clinic or your doctor. take your pre-natal vitamins, take good care of yourself and don't drink or do any drugs. Remember that miscarriages are  I know that taking folic acid and other vitamins ahead of time will increase your chances of conceiving a healthy child.


monika sen answer on 17 Apr '13 at 18:19

It could just be stress, stress can often disturb your cycle but if you get too concerned, i advise you to visit your local family planning clinic or your doctor


Rosy s. answer on 11 Apr '13 at 07:20

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