I think im pregnant and the baby's daddy is not reacting the way I thought he would. I told him yesterday and all he said was "I didn't nut inside you" but we had sex with no condom. He skipped the class we have together. I'm 15 any advice?

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Jaimie JT answered

Yeah, don't hook up with idiots who use terms like "nut inside you" you should also find out for sure if you're pregnant and if you are find someone who will support you emotionally with the decisions you're gonna have to make concerning your future, good luck kid :)

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Rooster Cogburn commented
She's going to need that luck, eh?
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You shouldn't be having sex at 15 with no protection that's just asking for a baby to come along, I'm pretty sure with that attitude he has now he won't be willing to take care of that baby. You should first make sure you're pregnant and if you are make the decision whether or not you want to keep that baby.
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Elica Zadeh answered

Being pregnant at 15 can be very distressing, not to mention against the law since the legal age of consent is 16. 

If you really are pregnant, the most important thing for you to do is to seek advice from a person who can help you. If you leave it too long, it might be too late, so the key thing is to act fast, but remain calm.

Who to speak to if you're pregnant

There are trained professionals who can talk you through all of your options and help guide you to the best decision, with all things considered (including support, both financial and emotional.) If the father of the baby is 15 too, he is probably far too young and by the sounds of it not mature enough to handle the responsibility of a child, hence why he may be avoiding it.

Your parents should be a first port of call, but if you don't fell comfortable speaking to them, then a healthcare professional or a teacher would be my recommendation.

Another important thing you should do is to make an appointment with your doctor to have a pregnancy test and then seek advice from your doctor about your options. Make sure you bring someone with you for moral support - a parent or a friend will be very as you have some tough decisions to make about your future.

I hope this helps.

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