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Teenage Pregnancy Resources for Young People

Becoming pregnant as a teenager can be scary, but below are links to support resources. For other topics that might be useful, check out one of the related keywords below:

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Here are the resources we found for teenage pregnancy for young people:

Video

Help, I’m Pregnant!

Olga joins Childline to talk about her experience of getting pregnant and having a baby at 15. She talks about taking a pregnancy test, talking to a doctor, making a decision about abortion, adoption or keeping the child, telling the father, meeting up with other people in a similar situation and what to do if you need support.

Trapped: a Story about Teen Pregnancy

Laura finds herself in an unplanned pregnancy, facing a life-changing decisions. Overwhelmed by the enormity of her circumstances, she feels trapped. Abortion, parenting, adoption…None of the options sound good to her. Follow Laura’s journey as she finds help and hope at a pregnancy centre in her community.

Men Hurt Too

Grief can happen for a variety of reasons. In this video, Jack wants to encourage grieving fathers to seek support. The loss of a child can be devastating but it is important to talk.

Abortion

An abortion involves the ending of a pregnancy through medical intervention. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on what an abortion is, some facts about abortion, and support if you are thinking about having an abortion.

Miscarriage

A miscarriage usually occurs within the first 23 weeks of a pregnancy. A miscarriage at any stage of a pregnancy can be a distressing experience. A miscarriage is an involuntary physical process, and once a miscarriage begins it is impossible to stop it. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on symptoms of miscarriage, what causes a miscarriage, less common reasons for miscarriage and some tips to help if you are experiencing or have experienced a miscarriage.

Abortion

Abortion means choosing to end a pregnancy. It’s important to know your rights and to talk to someone you trust if you’re thinking about ending your pregnancy. On this page you will find information on your rights across the UK, getting help with decisions and getting confidential advice.

Pregnancy

Lots of girls worry they might be pregnant or what to do if they are pregnant but Childline is here to help. Find out how to check if you’re pregnant, what your options are and what to do if you’re girlfriend is pregnant. On this page, you can find information about signs of pregnancy, deciding what to do, worries about pregnancy, what to do if your girlfriend is pregnant and losing a baby.

I’m pregnant and don’t know what to do

You will have been thinking a great deal about this, knowing that you only having a short time to take action, with all the options available, and wondering what effect this will have on you. You will need to make an informed choice and you will need support to make the right choice for you. This message will help you decide the right way forward.

Video

Help, I’m Pregnant!

Olga joins Childline to talk about her experience of getting pregnant and having a baby at 15. She talks about taking a pregnancy test, talking to a doctor, making a decision about abortion, adoption or keeping the child, telling the father, meeting up with other people in a similar situation and what to do if you need support.

Trapped: a Story about Teen Pregnancy

Laura finds herself in an unplanned pregnancy, facing a life-changing decisions. Overwhelmed by the enormity of her circumstances, she feels trapped. Abortion, parenting, adoption…None of the options sound good to her. Follow Laura’s journey as she finds help and hope at a pregnancy centre in her community.

Men Hurt Too

Grief can happen for a variety of reasons. In this video, Jack wants to encourage grieving fathers to seek support. The loss of a child can be devastating but it is important to talk.

Abortion

An abortion involves the ending of a pregnancy through medical intervention. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on what an abortion is, some facts about abortion, and support if you are thinking about having an abortion.

Miscarriage

A miscarriage usually occurs within the first 23 weeks of a pregnancy. A miscarriage at any stage of a pregnancy can be a distressing experience. A miscarriage is an involuntary physical process, and once a miscarriage begins it is impossible to stop it. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on symptoms of miscarriage, what causes a miscarriage, less common reasons for miscarriage and some tips to help if you are experiencing or have experienced a miscarriage.

Abortion

Abortion means choosing to end a pregnancy. It’s important to know your rights and to talk to someone you trust if you’re thinking about ending your pregnancy. On this page you will find information on your rights across the UK, getting help with decisions and getting confidential advice.

I’m pregnant and don’t know what to do

You will have been thinking a great deal about this, knowing that you only having a short time to take action, with all the options available, and wondering what effect this will have on you. You will need to make an informed choice and you will need support to make the right choice for you. This message will help you decide the right way forward.

Video

Help, I’m Pregnant!

Olga joins Childline to talk about her experience of getting pregnant and having a baby at 15. She talks about taking a pregnancy test, talking to a doctor, making a decision about abortion, adoption or keeping the child, telling the father, meeting up with other people in a similar situation and what to do if you need support.

Trapped: a Story about Teen Pregnancy

Laura finds herself in an unplanned pregnancy, facing a life-changing decisions. Overwhelmed by the enormity of her circumstances, she feels trapped. Abortion, parenting, adoption…None of the options sound good to her. Follow Laura’s journey as she finds help and hope at a pregnancy centre in her community.

Men Hurt Too

Grief can happen for a variety of reasons. In this video, Jack wants to encourage grieving fathers to seek support. The loss of a child can be devastating but it is important to talk.

I’m pregnant and don’t know what to do

You will have been thinking a great deal about this, knowing that you only having a short time to take action, with all the options available, and wondering what effect this will have on you. You will need to make an informed choice and you will need support to make the right choice for you. This message will help you decide the right way forward.

Abortion

An abortion involves the ending of a pregnancy through medical intervention. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on what an abortion is, some facts about abortion, and support if you are thinking about having an abortion.

Miscarriage

A miscarriage usually occurs within the first 23 weeks of a pregnancy. A miscarriage at any stage of a pregnancy can be a distressing experience. A miscarriage is an involuntary physical process, and once a miscarriage begins it is impossible to stop it. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information on symptoms of miscarriage, what causes a miscarriage, less common reasons for miscarriage and some tips to help if you are experiencing or have experienced a miscarriage.

Abortion

Abortion means choosing to end a pregnancy. It’s important to know your rights and to talk to someone you trust if you’re thinking about ending your pregnancy. On this page you will find information on your rights across the UK, getting help with decisions and getting confidential advice.