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Time can't go any slower
Let me start by saying that my story is not a pretty one. I'm 18 yrs old n in my first semester of college. I'm in love with my gf (yes, gf....am bi, shes gay) who I've been dating for almost 6 months now. My gf doesnt approve of me having any kind of relationship with a guy whats-so-ever n said that if i want to "talk" to a guy then we should just end the relationship period. I can't imagine my life without her so I told her that I wanted to be with her even if it meant that I have to give up guys...but that's easy said then done.
This one night I hanged out with my friend Jess, her bf, n couple of their friends...which is where I met this guy name Sam. We didn't really do anything that night but when we hanged out again few weeks later we had unprotected sex. The next morning I went to wal-mart n bought Plan B One Step n took it within 72 hrs.
My period has always been irregular so I never know when it'll come or if it'll come at all. I had a time where it didnt' come for 3 months (I knew I wasn't preg then because I wasn't sexually active then...@least not much). I'm waiting and praying that my period will come soon because there is no way I can have a child right now....to be honest, I dont' really want a child, ever. My parents will kill me, and I know that the babii daddy wont be there either.
I bought First Response so I can be sure I'm not preg after I get my period, but I can't know that till next month since I don't know when it'll come. I really hope I'm not but if I am then I have no option but to keep the babii. I'm very against abortion and I don't want to give up the kid to another person...even if that means I'm gonna be a single teenage mother.
If I can turn back time then I would definitely make a different choice. I'd have to say to all you young teens out there, don't ever think that it's not going to happen to you or it can't happen because it's your first time because it can. And when you're waiting to find out if you are preg or not, the time just seems to go sooooo much slower!
Take care everyone, God Bless :) Thanks for reading my story
could it be a BABY??Well im 17 and in college im almost done with my first semmester and i think i may be pregnant me and my fionce were having unprotected sex for a little while and now i am feeling a little nausea and cramping and backaches and mild headaches im always tired i could sleep all day my boobs feel like they are going to explode and they have grown i have gained like two pounds in my tummmy and havent gotten my period yet i could get my period on monday but tonight i had two little drops of brownish blood about 8 minutes apart with some mild cramping and then nothing since could i be pregnant i feel pregnant but im not sure i schedualed an appointment and now im reallly anxious to find out !!!!!
PregnantHi i'm Karina. I was 14 when i got pregnant with my first child. I named her Kasey Taylor. When i got pregnant, i was just 14years old, my mother and father kicked me out my house, so i had to live with my boyfriend and his family which at the time my boyfriend way 15 years old. On March 16 i gave birth to a beautiful babygirl she was born at 3:30am and was 8 Ibs. She was the best thing that happened to me and my boyfriend. Getting pregnant at 14 and having her at the age of 15 it wasnt so fun, i dont regret my babygirl but i do wish i would have waited. Now one year has gone by and she is 1years old now and im 16 and my husband is 17 and were both doing good and so is Kasey. I'm now engaged to my babys father and working on plans to have our wedding the summer of 2011. My family has no part of my childs life or mine anymore. I still live with my boyfriends parents and they love and care for me and my babygirl and there granddaughter. I love my Kasey Taylor and my boyfriends. Teens out there it all fun in games when you see it on Tv and but in real life when you have a baby yes its a wonderful thing but it takes ur free time and its not all about you its about you and more of the baby.
IM A LUCKY ONEhey there, my names brookelynn , and im 17 years old. me and my boyfriend have been together for 2 years, and i love him very muchh. i got pregnant by him when we were 9 months together. when i first told him he was shocked, but then he came along, and said he would stay with me, and support us. Telling my parents was the hardest thing ever! but im so thankful they understood and are there for me. BUT, when my boyfriend told his parents, they were'nt too happy. you see, hes a major country boy, and im mexican. so they are racist, luckily, my boyfriend talked to them to where they we're OKAY with it. we do have our ups and downs, but thats life. at school i got a lot of looks from everyone. and of course my boyfriends Ex-girlfriend tried to convince my boyfriend my baby wasnt his, but thats impossible because hes my first love, and he took my virginity. Now, i have a Beautiful baby boy named, Leighton Tanner. he is 3 months old, and is my everything. hes a major daddys boy. im just very thankful that his daddy didnt leave me, and everyone else that was supportive. being a teen parent is the hardest thing ever, but if you put your heart into it, you can do it! i wish every other teen mom /dad the best!
an answer for ms lauren jessicahello ms lauren i just wanted to give you a little bit of advice from a mother i had my son just after i turned 20 it was not planned but i would not trade that from the world, that being said i wish i would have waited. there are a lot of things i wish i could have done before i had a child so my advice to you would be to just live your life as a young adult enjoy yourself and life and then think about a family because it is not easy being a mother it is the hardest job ever but also the most rewarding so i would say to wait until you are married to the one you will be with forever and it will be a lot less stressful i will be praying for you and your decision may God be with you.
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