You want to know where your pregnant teenage daughter can further her high school while pregnant?
No you should have your baby first and then think of your education much later.
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What should you do if you and your girlfriend are both seniors in high school and you are both 17 and she is now pregnant and she wants to keep the baby but you don't know what to do?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nAs hard as it is for you both, you need to both see each set of your parents and tell them. Soon you will be 18 and can do as you please. Of cours…e your parents will be upset, but they'll get over it. Have a plan with your girlfriend as to what you want in the future. Perhaps your parents and her parents can help look after the baby and when you are both 18 get married. She should have this baby and you should be part of it. I have no idea if you want to attend college, but if not at least get a good trade (money is good) and discuss this with her parents. You could help support the child and parents of the daughter love to hear this. Mean it!\n. \nI know it seems that your world is falling apart, but sex is natural and those that didn't get pregnant were just blasted lucky. There are few people (including parents) that had premarital sex. Once they get over the shock they should be supportive of you both. If you both want to keep the baby stand fast and don't let up. Once you both hold that baby in your arms anything is possible! Because you have gone together for 4 years and seem to have a good relationship it sounds like you would have a good chance of being excellent parents and also sustaining a marriage.\n. \nGood luck & God Bless
A pregnant teenage girl has the same pregnancy symptoms as other women, they can experience morning sickness, an urge to pee more frequently, weight gain or an increased sensi…tivity to smells. To know for sure if you're pregnant or not, you can do a pregnancy test or visit the doctor.
They take a pregnancy test. or if u dont get ur period
Take her to the doctor where she will be examined and hear the choices she has. The decision is hers so you should support her in w/e she chooses. If she decides to keep it…: make a lifeplan regarding the father of the baby, money, school, daycare etc. If she decides to give it up for adoption: help her find a good family. If she decides on abortion: go with her and support her because it's not easy to go through.
It would be considered discrimination.
...The same was an adult woman would know. The biggest clue is that you are about 10 days late with your period.. If you or a teenager you know are pregnant, find an adult yo…u can trust and share with them as soon as possible. Someone older then you may have more insight and be able to help you come up with an idea as far as what to do. It may be scary to share with them, but it is scary to go through this alone.
well it is part of the schools job to do that or the teen stays home.
Girls want a family as much as guys want new cars. They look very nice from the window but 9 times out of 10 when there's something that needs to be fixed it gets put off. Si…mply means that they want to to feel important. To much TV theses days children watch TV shows always a happy family with happy kids in a nice big house making a nice fat weekly check with the 2 car garage and 3 vehicles even though only 2 can drive. TV always wants to show you that no matter what happens the best will always comes out which isn't fact. They want maximum enjoyment with little work. Its only once they have a child do they realize how hard it is. They feel if they don't have the newest cars, the hottest bf/gfs, or newest phones then there not successful. They use theses things to blind themselves of reality. Look at my nice car my nice phone my nice etc.. Life must be so good for me. There young and immature. You shouldn't make any major life decisions until you are in your 30s at least then you kinda know what you want from life.
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What options are in the state of Indiana for continuing education for a pregnant teen my 16 year old daughter who is a sophomore in high school wants alternative schooling choices can someone help?
Her high school counselor should be able to help her.
A teen can determine pregnancy in the same way that an adult can. You can notice symptoms which include: missed period, fatigue, swollen and or tender breasts, mood swings, fl…u like symptoms, nausea, implantation bleeding (slightly different than a period) etc. Not all women will experience pregnancy symptoms so if you do suspect you might be pregnant, you should take a test rather than relying solely on symptoms.To ensure the best results for a home pregnancy test: Â· Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest Â· Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results Â· Take the test no more than 1 day before expected period. OR 14 days after intercourse (sex). Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period, the percentage of accuracy is very low. Â· urinate for as long as possible on the foam-like strip Â· Check the results in the window frame of time suggested by the instructions of the pregnancy test.
Yes, there are. In fact, there are many schools for pregnant teenagers. These schools generally fulfill the national curriculum and allow the teenagers to study for and sit th…eir exams. However, most often also include lessons in caring for a baby and what birth is like. Many of these schools are also for teenagers who have babies and toddlers. Many provide an on-site nursery.
There is very little you can do to yourself that will not harm your baby. WikiAnswers isn't the place for this.
The school does snoop in your life you may stay but you need to drop out if ya having a baby sugar
Yes. Typically child support continues to age 18 or while the childis still in high school. But, this varies by state and can belonger. For the requirement in your state go to… the related linkbelow