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Teen Pregnancy

Becoming pregnant during your teenage years, especially if motherhood was not the plan, is a very distressing experience. Not only do you have to deal with the immediate worries of having a baby, and the impact it will have on your life, but there is also the issue of your family and how they will react. If this is you, then please read on.

A man's sperm only has to come into contact with your vagina to make you pregnant - all it takes is for some sperm on your hand or finger to rub against your genitals and you could get pregnant. The man doesn't even have to ejaculate. Once he has an erection a small amount of semen will leak from his penis, so even if he withdraws sperm could reach your egg. A safe form of contraception should always be used if you don't want to become pregnant.

The first thing you will want to do if you suspect you are pregnant is to get a pregnancy test. These days home pregnancy kits available on-line or from your chemist are as reliable as any GP's verdict.

If you find you are pregnant and need advice on what to do, including how to deal with your emotions and with your family, you should contact one of the numerous helplines specially set up to handle the problems associated with teenage pregnancy. For more information please use the resources on our site.

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