I feel so alone.

Carina - posted on 12/18/2014 ( 6 moms have responded )

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Well to start off I'm only 17 years of age and recently (about two months ago) I found out I was pregnant. I know, I know, I'm super young and should of known better type of deal. Anyways, I found out I was pregnant and I havent told anybod, I've been wanting to tell my mom but her and my dad are extremely strict parents and wouldn't approve. I was scared of the outcome and what they'd do. Wel now, I'm more then positive im going through or having a miscarriage and I feel super weak and basically like crap. I Want to tell my mom at least but scared she'll react the same way to my miscarriage as she would of to my pregnancy. Any advice? I'm just scared to tell her of what might happen. I just wish I had someone especially someone like my mom at a time like this because I need her more then anything for moral support and love, I've been practically alone on this and have no other way to turn.

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Heidi - posted on 12/19/2014

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Tell your Mom. As much as you think she won't understand, she will. I have a daughter and nothing she does surprises me any more and I have to support her decisions, like it or not and your Mother will do the same for you. You need Pre-Natal care most importantly and you'll need her help. Even though we are Moms now we once 17 and we understand a lot more than u think we do! Please tell her ASAP. it will relieve all the stress u don't need right now being 2 months pregnant. Good luck. Everything will work out for you.

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Heidi - posted on 12/19/2014

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Carina, please keep me up to date in how things are going with you. I wIll help u as much as I can with moral support or questions you have. Merry Christmas.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 12/19/2014

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You DO have a mom, and you NEED to talk with her. I hope you have found some help. Pregnancy is hard enough, and miscarriages are scary and very emotional. I really hope you found the courage to talk to someone close to you like your MOM. She may surprise you. Good luck.

Guest - posted on 12/19/2014

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Please tell you mother.
As a mother myself, I would want to know if my daughter were pregnant so that I could be there for her. Of course she will be shocked and disappointed at first, but she's still going to love you, and she is going to do everything she can to make sure you have what you need to raise the baby. (Not materially speaking, that is of course your part, but emotionally, mentally, and medically, she will be there for you).

Dove - posted on 12/18/2014

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Are you close to an aunt or a mom of a friend or anyone that you can confide in who could be w/ you when you talk to your mom?

Have you seen a doctor? You NEED to get checked out. Feeling weak and feeling like crap could just be pregnancy wearing out your body... or their could be something going on.

I know you are worried about how your mom will react, but you NEED to get to a doctor at the very least. Don't hesitate. You made an adult move and now you need to handle it like an adult... as hard and scary as that may be.

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