Hey I just came back to review any replies, thanks ladies for the input but my situation has completely changed, I think that GOD was trying to teach me a lesson. God works in mysterious ways, I am not a religion fanatic either, but when you get as lucky as me you feel his presence. I did not want this baby, and I ended up bleeding profusely for 9 days, and its been 3 days now and I haven't started bleeding again. My morning sickness and breast tenderness has gone away, so I think its safe to say I miscarried, BUT I wont know for sure til I can take another pregnancy test, the doctor told me to wait at least a week after I stop bleeding before I take one so its most accurate.
I am now, not necessarily in a relationship, but kind of, hes my monogamous sex partner now anyways. He is well endowed, and I noticed when we had sex it hurt like on my cervix like if he goes in deep it hurts, is that normal, will it go away because of my miscarriage or is he just too big for me? We talked about my need for birth control, and he told me not to use the P word with him. So I need to confirm this pregnancy is over so I can thank god for another chance.
I am just so frustrated how difficult they make it for uninsured women to get tested and obtain birth control. Politicians want to complain about welfare, but they wont do anything to prevent me from having an unwanted pregnancy and going on welfare. Planned parenthood demands 20 dollars for a urine test I can take at the dollar store. Even after I applied for financial aid they told me I make too much. I cant even afford to feed myself these days. I know I should slow down with the men, but my ex had me so depressed. I just wanna feel love and attention whether its real or not...View Thread
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