theres so much that could go into this you should really see a doctor. weightloss diet and a million other things could be an influencing factor.Of coase there is the possibility you could be pregnant but first would take few at home tests then regardless of the results a visit to your doc to confirm the results or to find out what the other probems could be
not sure that was a bunch you didnt already know , kinda figured this was more of an encouragment based question.
Sweetheart, this will probably be your first "mom" adult decision you will ever have to make .you need help ,weather it's advice ,monetary , or just support YOU NEED TO TELL YOUR FAMIALY. Unfortunately your bf sounds like he isn't going to be around and they'll know when you start showing soon anyhow. Do what's best for everybody and tell them even if they freak out ,it will sink in and they will be used to and I'm sure happy to have a grandchild . I mean he'll your 20 not 14 it's a I'll young but nothing out of the ordinary
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