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Doh doh answer on 09 May '11 at 17:44
speaking as a person who was pregnant I can answer the reasons that I did not tell anyone. Yes I knew I was pregnant. Did I try to ignore it? yes I did. My reason (although I know how stupid they are now) was mainly fear. Fear my mother would disown me, fear my boyfriend would leave me, fear that my friends would no longer want to be around me. Fear that my older sister would kill me. Shame that I had let myself get this way. Fear that people at school would find out.
I waited so long to tell an "adult" that a doctor would not see me as I was to far along and had not seen a doctor. The only doctor who would take me was the local health department. Now 17 years later and my daughter I gave birth to is now the age I was when she got pregnant. I make sure she is informed and aware of what can happen. I knew she had a steady b/f for a year, I took her down and had her put on birth control. Want to break the cycle.
Fajita answer on 09 May '11 at 21:49
Everyone is different 1 woman could get sickness tiredness lots of weight gain another could bloom another could b normal it just all depends.
Fareewng83 answer on 09 May '11 at 22:02
It's more common during the first trimester b/c of all the new hormones, etc. surging through your body. It depends on the individual, not to mention genetics, as to what will or won't happen to you, because no two pregnancies (even with the same person) are alike. You may be one of those lucky ducks that doesn't have to worry about sacrificing to the porcelain god in the mornings or, like me, yakking in your partner's grandmother's front yard as he holds your hair back and asks desperately, "What can I do to help?" Lol! But back to the question...
For me, it was like Wile E. Coyote, as soon as I realized I was pregnant I got all kinds of symptoms like a tender tummy and nausea. If you are already into your second trimester, then odds are you shouldn't have any. Some women have it throughout their pregnancies, so it isn't impossible to get it later on, but I think you'll be fine. And even without the nausea there are PLENTY of other wonderful things to experience (like round ligament pain, for example) that you'll be glad that you got excused from this one. :) Congrats!
Hottestwiley answer on 09 May '11 at 23:13
Don't think you were looking to get pg so fast, but by golly you did! HcG will show in your system up to 8 wks postpartum. Your son is 4 months old. You were expecting a reg period and you missed it, got a positive result. That's a brand new baby in there, girlie. This is why it's recommended to start b/c either b4 you leave the hospital or 2-6 weeks postpartum. It's ok though. Life is what you make it. Just take care of your new baby and yourself. U will be really tired, but with a bit of excercise, some extra helping hands and great nutrition, it can and will be done. You will need more rest than ever, because your body is gearing up again and hasn't really had the time to recover from the last time. Talk to your doc tomorrow and follow the advice to the T. Good luck and plz take care.
Twogirlssofar answer on 09 May '11 at 23:13
I grew up in a predominately Catholic area. When the girls I went to high school with got pregnant they were either a. forced to marry (and have an "early" delivery) or b. go live with a distant relative and give it up for adoption.
I was raised a nondenominational Christian. When I go to church, it doesn't matter if you're married or not, babies are a gift and it's up to the mother to decide what will be best for her child. If the mom chooses adoption, the church looks for couples wanting to adopt, or works along side an agency. I've seen many successful cases. It's all a matter on the support you can receive, regardless your choice.