What should you do if you are 16 and your partner is over 18 and he got you pregnant?
I was in the same boat you were 8 years ago. First I had to tell my partner then you need to tell your parents. Being a teenager mother is very difficult so you need all the support you can get. You need to decide whether you want to keep the baby.Only you and your partner can come up with this decision because it will be your responsiblilty. It is a very big decision so weigh out all the options and make the best decision for yourself and the baby. Your parents may or may not be too happy about it, but they will stand by you no matter what. It may take them a while to come to terms with the news that you will be a young mother. I hope all works out for you and please keep me posted on what you decided! I know its hard now and will be hard for a while.
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In Florida if the age of consent is 18 but you are 16 and your partner is 24 or under then is it legal.?
If he is 23 or younger it is legal with a minor age 16-17yo. Not if he is 24 and you are 16. The age of consent in Florida is 18 with a close in age exemption that says a person 23 years of age or younger can legally have sex with a minor aged 16-17. According to the wording of the Statute, if… you are 16-yrs-old, a sexual relationship with someone 24 or older is not legal in the state of Florida. Florida Statute 794.05 (1) A person 24 years of age or older who engages in sexual activity with a person 16 or 17 years of age commits a felony of the second degree. The key in the above Statute is that it says "24 years of age or older." The wording of the Statute includes the age of 24 in those who commit a felony if they engage in sex with a 16 or 17-year-old. It is then punishable with up to 15 years in prison. ( Full Answer )
What should a 16 year old three months pregnant do if your afraid of your dad who is very strict and threatens you and your boyfriend and said if you ever got pregnant he would kill you?
I think that if you are seriously afraid for what he might do, then you need to tell an adult that can help you when you tell him that will give you a safe place to go. Second, I went through a similar situation only I was engaged and 20. My mom was NOT happy to say the least, but now, I can barely …get her to give me my son back she loves him so much. It will be hard but nothing melts a heart like a granchild. You need to get your priorities straight and figure out how to set a good example for your child and teaching them to have sex when they are mature enough to handle a child is the best start. I say that because I am supporting myself and my child with the help of my husband without my parents help which is what you need to figure out how to do. Finishing school is the best thing you can do, even if you have to take help from your parents or another adult, just don't let them treat you like a wounded puppy. Work for your help and earn their respect. HI AM NEW TO THIS RIGHT BUT IF YOU'RE 16 MEANS YOU'RE OVER THU AGE YOU'RE ARE ALLOWED TO HAVE SEX A THOUGHT I WAS pregnant AND MY MOM WAS ASKING ME EVERYDAY IT IS SCAREY AT THE BIGGIN AND THEN ONCE ITS BEEN A FEW MONTH OR WEEKS IT TENDS TO CHANGE AND THEN A WISH YOU ALL THE BEST MURCH LOVE XXX Tell someone that you can trust. Get help. Call the police!! He is threatening your life, and your child's!! Your dad is crazy! Answer If you think he meant it for real you need to tell someone. But my dad told me and my sister if we ever got pregnant before marriage he would woop our asses but i got pregnant when i was 16 and had my baby when i was 17 and my dad loves her to death. My little girl calls her POP. He is her favorite person. I have noticed it is always different when you and your family are in the situation. Everybody says bad things or what they would do in these situations but you never know until it happens to you. Maybe you should talk to a close family member and if you really really really believe he make take drastic action like killing or abusing you or your boyfriend then you should contact police or someone of that nature. Answer I think the calling the police is a bit much. He was unsuccessfully and inappropriately saying you shouldn't have sex - not actually threatening your life. If you think are old enough for the act, act old enough for the consequences. You need to tell him right away. The first couple of months are the most important. If you delay then your doctor can't help you and your baby finish this successfully. As a father of 4 girls, I would rather hear the truth, then deal with the results of in action or bad advise. He WILL be disappointed in you and even angry, but he will still LOVE you. Tell him, let him calm down and then ask for his help. Daddys, no matter how angry, can't not help. Answer My dad was very strict. I got pregnant when i was 16 and I had to tell him. I thought he was going to kill my boyfriend. But he realized that we had done wrong, but he was ready to believe it. Once he got over his madness and after he punched out a few walls he was ready for my baby. He is very excited and he cant wait. Yes he kept us away for a while but only for a week because he knew that my baby's daddy was going to be in my life forever. Just tell your parents even if you know they will get mad. Also have someone there with you if you are scared. Your aunt your best friend. Just don't have your boyfriend...just kidding!!! ( Full Answer )
What should a very scared 16-year-old do if her father got her pregnant and who should she contact and what should she tell them?
\n. \n Go to school \n. \nIn your predicament, you are going to have to trust someone. Your dad committed a heinous crime, and he must be brought to justice. Guidance counselors in many high schools are trained to deal with physical and sexual abuse. Your privacy will be respected, and they… know how to protect your safety, with the the help of other authorities. Your pregnancy cannot be hidden forever. Your father's crime must not be covered up. Seek help -- TODAY! You can't deal with this yourself.\n. \n. \n . \n . \nContact the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, for confidential counseling and legal assistance.\n. \nhttp://www.rainn.org\n. \nand/or Rape Crisis Hotline, toll free, 1-800-656-4673.. ( Full Answer )
NO No they can't get in trouble But the 16 year old might Yes, the 18-year-old is a legal adult, the 16-year-old is a minor. What action authorities could take depends upon the AOC in the state where the minor female lives. The minor's parents or guardian can file a complaint with authorities and …possibly civil action as well. Be advised, that all states have laws pertaining to relationships (sexual and otherwise) between adults and minors. Likewise, all states reserve the right to file charges and prosecute the adult involved in such a relationship without the cooperation of the minor or the minor's parents or legal guardian. The minor involved in such a relationship would not be subject to any criminal or civil action. ( Full Answer )
What can you do when your sex partner is over 18 and you are under 18 and your partner doesn't want to get caught?
Don't have sex. The age of consent is often 16 or 17, so you can be under 18 and not have a legal problem.
You should tell an adult. If you are a student tell your parentsand hope they give you some real guidance ! If you are a minor and her student, she committed statutory rape.Age of consent automatically became 18 since she is a figure ofauthority to you. Tell your parents. If you want parental right… andaccess to the child you have to prove by DNA in court that you arethe father and then it will show what she did. Teachers aresupposed to be responsible. If it is serious between you she couldhave waited. She would go to prison and you could get custody orgive the child for adoption. Tell your parents or another adult ifyou find it hard to tell them. ( Full Answer )
What should you do if you were 16 and started dating a guy who was 18 and you got pregnant then found out he was married and you haven't seen him since and now your son is four months old?
Answer . You didn't mention if you knew he was married when you went into the relationship. However, it doesn't much matter, but it would be wise for you to make him pay some child support to help you out and you can also go for total custody if you so choose. This doesn't mean you will get to…tal custody if the father of the child fights the issue which is highly doubtful. ( Full Answer )
My girlfriend is 16 I was 18 i got her pregnant now her mom wants to press charges is that possible or is there a 3 year leeway thing in Illinois?
Here in Pennsylvania, you can have sex with a 16 year old and not face criminal charges no matter how old you are. In Illinois the Age of Consent is 17. As for your case, I don't know if there is a "Romeo & Juliet" provison. That is a law that allows someone over the age of consent to have sex with …someone who is under the age of consent as long as the two of them are a certain number of years apart (usually 2-4 years).. If there is no such law in Illinois, then I recommend that you tell angry Mom of the teenage Mom-to-be that you are really sorry for impregnating her daughter. Tell angry Mom that you are totally in love with her daughter and want to make a life with her. It would be nice that this were true (and I hope it is). Also tell her her that if her grandkid is a boy, the two of you plan on naming it after angry Mom's father and if it is a girl then you plan on naming it after her mother (i.e. the baby to be's great grandmother).. If it really looks like that angry Mom wants to throw you in jail, then propose to her daughter and Mary the poor girl. If you don't love her than you can always get divorced a couple of years later. At least this way you will avoid a criminal record. As for child support. The girl and the State can still come after you whether you marry her or not, so you have nothing to lose by making her your wife.. I just hope you two can make it work, and laugh about this issue with your girlfriend's mom at your kid's college graduation (trust me: you may be only 18 now, but in what just seems like 5 years you will realize that you are 40 and wonder where all the time has gone) ( Full Answer )
if you truly love him then try to tell him he needs help if not then leave him and go to your parents or familys houses
If a girl is 18 and her bf is 16 and have been dating for over a year can they get in trouble if she gets pregnant in the state of Idaho?
Here it is the same old story, as both are minors and the boy has got the girl pregnant he will have to face the juvenile court both of them even on Idaho state.
If the age of consent in Washington is 16 and i am 16 and got pregnant by my 18 year old boyfriend can he go to jail?
No as the age of consent is 16 and you are 16 no laws have been broken, you are very yoiung to be having a baby though.
Get a job and take care of your child. Your childhood is now over, as well as your girlfriend's. Do the right thing, time to be a man!
What if you got your 16 year old girl friend pregnant and you are 18 would you go to jail or get in trouble?
In answer to the question: she is 16, and you are 18, and she is pregnant and YOU are the father. (Actually, perhaps, not the father, yet, you believe that you are the father. If you suspect that you are not, then you have an additional problem: your relationship to her.). So, sure, you are in trou…ble. If you knocked up a minor, and you aren't a minor in most places, it is a very real problem. . You did everthing just right for a problem.. Think about it:. Apparently, no birth control and no condom, for either of you.. One is a minor, and the other may not be a minor in the particular jurisdiction.. You are not married. Even when married, an unanticipated, or undesired pregnancy is a major problem.. The summary is that you have the not so simple problem of either having an abortion, or going through the process of growing a baby, having a baby and then careing for it generally for a fairly long time: most of its and your life.*. And adoption is also a consideration. *. Neither of the choices is easy.. The specific answer to the question: Jail Time. Most of the time, in the situation described, jail time is not a usual results; what happens with the criminal law depends on everything from the jurisdiction, the specific facts, the statutory authority, and the degree of rage in the community at the event.. The difference in age is a considerable practical factor: For example, if the girl is nearly 17 and boy has just turned 18, that would be much different from the situation in which the girl just turned 16 and the boy was a few days from 19.. ON THE OTHER HAND: There are good points.. You have the chance to be a father at a young age, and you might end up with a wife. Men who have wives tend to live longer than single men, and according to some research, men who are married have more active sex lives than men who are single.. (If you have the baby, somebody is going to have to care for it; otherwise,the situation is going to be a much bigger problem than an mere unanticipated pregnancy.) ( Full Answer )
SHAME ON YOU ,. . Additional Response:. Reposting my legally correct answer, which someone erased for no valid reason.. If you're in the US... At this point you have no rights. Once the baby is born, you have the right to petition the court to establish paternity (unless you and Mom agree to volu…ntarily establish it) and to petition for custody/visitation. Of course, you also have the responsibility of paying child support. To be clear--your rights extend *only* to the child, not to the child's mother. So, for example, if her parents forbid you from seeing her, they have the legal right to do that. And they can get a restraining order against you (so if you contact her against their wishes you'll go to jail). My advice--don't p*ss her parents off. ( Full Answer )
You were 16 weeks pregnant your ultrasound said that the baby size was 18 weeks which one should you do by?
The ultrasound dating has excellent and precise estimation of gestation especially if done in the first trimester (first 12 weeks). After 12 weeks, its accuracy goes down. However, compared to dating according to menstrual cycle, the ultrasound would be more accurate.
Say you had unprotected sex on the 16 and 18 of sept and got your period on the 21 when can would be a good time to take a pregnancy test to see if your pregnant?
Having a "period" or menstruating (medically speaking) means your body is eliminating the lining of the uterus, which is where the embryo will attach and form. If one does have a "period" AFTER the suspected impregnation, then it will generally not have been successful, meaning there is no pregnancy…. However, to be certain, it is generally best to wait through two menstruation cycles (approximately two months) to be tested by a reliable party: Planned Parenthood and County Health Depts. are a couple sources of anonymous and reliable assistance in this. ( Full Answer )
If you are at the age of consent and got pregnant by a guy over the age of 18 can he get in trouble?
Answer: If you are at the age of consent he can not get into trouble.
No....don't worry. My sister went for Ultrasounds and every one of them were off from her actual due date........People give new technology to much credit. Go by the good old fashion way and use the LMP.
You are 16 weeks pregnant and spotting just a litte but you got cramps and pain your lower back should i be worried?
Hi! When I was 16 weeks pregnant with my daughter, I had mild spotting and cramping that lasted about 10 hours. I went to the hospital and after an emergency ultrasound and blood work, they told me everything was fine. Apparently it's normal to have mild spotting & mild cramps from time to time duri…ng a pregnancy. I hope that answers your question and wish you the best of luck with the rest of your pregnancy!!! ( Full Answer )
probably tell your parents.. (expect the anger) but.. i know they sure can help you with your problem.. and talk with the girl and plan about your future and the baby.
IF YUO WANT TO BECAOME PRGNANT I WOULD SAY YOU HAVE TO BE OLD TO TAKE CARE OF THAT KID BECAUSE I TAKE CARE OF MY KIDS AND IM ALREADY ON MY 5TH KID. IT ALSO DEPENES HOW YOUR GOING TO HAVE IT BECAUSE MY FIRST BABY ON JULY 14 2004 AND SHE IS VERY ADORABLE NOW HER NAME IS ELIZABETH BROOKLYN MARTINEZ.. …SO IF YOU WANT TO HAVE KIDS GO A HEAD BUT JUST MAKE SURE YOU CANT TAKE CARE OF THEM!!!!!! ( Full Answer )
\nthe 18 year old CAN go to jail if the 16 year olds parents press charges on the 18 year old
just say i wish i were you hahah If that really is your case than your scrood my brother
ovulation usually occurs 14 days after the 1st day of your last period. so count 14 days from 18th. use this web site to calculate you ferile days. http://www.fertilityfriend.com/ttc/login.php?redirect=/ttc/index.php&
I am 16 just got pregnant by my boyfriend whos 20 and we've been togather for 2 years what should i do?
Does your boyfriend know that you are pregnant? If not then he should be told. If you are still living with your parents you should tell them too. Then you need to sit down and decide how you're going to deal with this and whether or not to have an abortion or to keep the baby once it's born or give… it up for adoption. This is just my opinion, you must decide for yourself. ( Full Answer )
Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, by dividing the numerator and denominator by 2, 16/18 is equal to 8/9 or eight ninths.
That is up to you. If you plan to have a relationship, certainly he should, even if you plan to end the pregnancy (which is your choice, not his). Otherwise, it depends on whether or not you plan to file for support or want him to be a part of your child's life. This is a legal and moral issue th…at we cannot advise you on, beyond suggesting that you give some serious thought to your and your child's future. ( Full Answer )
I am 16 and pregnant and I don't know who the father is and I am afraid my mom will throw me out of the house just like her mom did when she was my age and got pregnant with me what should I do?
Just face the the value of life, it is a process of growing. You see, we all have made mistakes in our life at one time or another. It's just to the point of you getting help and this shouldn't be kept secret. You need medical attention and guidance. From a parent to a child this is very important t…hat you tell your mother. It a part of growing up and soon you will be an adult. But the bad part about it is that you are becoming one too soon. Now that you are pregnant, you are now out of the equation being a child. It is all about the health and welfare of your baby. There are programs out there that can help you with school, work and with finances. And who ever the father is make sure you involve him in everything with this child. Most parents who are separated, divorce or single do not rely on the father. The whole system has made some of the fathers unfit for rearing children. This is changing and more fathers want to help their daughters. The same thing happened to my daughter that was living with her mother. She got pregnant at 17 and tried to hide this from her. I knew from day one when she got pregnant and it helped her to cope with telling. But the most important thing for you to do is seek medical advice. You need it at this young age. ( Full Answer )
It depends on how old YOU were at the time....under 18 in most states, then yes they can press charges
Move in with a grandparent or aunt or uncle! there are lots of opptions. Stay at a friends house if all else fails, and finishing school would be the best opption!
There are many ways of giving someone the news. Being totally honest is most effective, dont let them find out from someone else. Sitting them down and just talking will work, or even having someone such as a therapist or doctor be a neutral party would be helpful.
Firstly, you should take some time to sit down and think about what this means for you, your partner, your family and theirs, and what it could mean for you socially and emotionally. When considering this, you will need to look at all of the options. Just some of them and some of the things you shou…ld consider are below, by no means all of them, but some of them are vital to consider. First of all, you will have to decide whether you would keep the child. This will mean different things based on where you are- decisions as to whether to have an abortion or not, that is, to actually carry the baby will depend on what you, the child's father, and your respective families want or believe in religiously. As well as this, you will need to consider the safety of your health, if you are 16, as well as what you can legally do, whether an abortion is legal where you life if you decide not to keep the child. Of course, this is not the only option if you do not want to raise a child- you can always give the child up for adoption, following carrying the child to term, though i would suggest that you carefully investigate the service whom you surrender the child to, were you do to that. In this, you will also have to consider what this means to you yourself. How would your family react to such news? Are you able to handle the responsibility? What would the child's father do? Are you able to monetarily able support yourself and the child? Would you and the father stay together, and what role would he play in the child's life? What responsibility does he take? Are you in school? Would you be able to finish school once the child is born? Would you be able to obtain a respectable job as the child is growing after not finishing school? The issue of your own schooling and education is an important one, as it determines how both your and your child's lives will unfold, if you choose to go down that path. It would also mean you would have to rely on your family and other people for a lot of support to complete studying while raising the child. At any rate, what you should do next you should discuss at least with your parents, as their support would hopefully make whatever decisions you make in the future easier for you. However, this depends on your own raising and your parents attitudes and beliefs towards issues such as this. However, they would have a right to know. If you feel you would not be able to support a child, then your best options would probably be to have an abortion, if legal and safe, or to give up the child for adoption, either to a member of family or to a proper, safe adoption agency. You can also get in contact with your schools' guidance councillor, if it has one, as well as any local helplines. A quick internet search will find for you these numbers, as well as people who would be able to assist you in this matter, and talk with you more thoroughly about what you're going through and everything that you have to consider. You can contact Planned Parenthood to find out all your choices and the details thereof : 1-800-230-PLAN or you can look on their website www.plannedparenthood.org Please understand with this that it's normal to be scared an unsure of your future. The first thing you should really do is talk it over with someone close to you or an authority on the subject, who will give you support and advice. Please remember that whatever you choose to do has to be your decision, though there are people whose opinions also do matter, such as your family and the father, but whom should not overwhelm your choice and free thought in the issue. It is also important that you soon make an appointment with a gynecologist or your GP for a further referral so you can be sure of your pregnancy, and so you can begin to take care of yourself and your child as necessary. A few words from a teenage mother: I am 17 and 6 1/2 months pregnant. It is very hard for me. When teens get pregnant there are a lot more health problems for the mother. It is easier for teen mothers to get infections. And it also has to change your body that is already changing. If the mother doesn't eat right then she and the baby will get very malnourished. You need to think before you have sex. Take precautions please, because if any teen thinks that pregnancy is easy, it's really not. It is the hardest thing that I have been through in my life. I have a husband that is right by my side through it all and it doesn't get any easier no matter if you have your baby's dad there or not. It is one of the hardest things you will go through. But when you hold your baby for the very first time it will all be worth it. I would do it all over again because I love my baby that much. And he isn't even born yet. It is so wonderful when you feel your baby moving around inside you, but if you're a teen and you're thinking about having a baby please wait a few years. I was one of the teens who wanted to get pregnant. I don't regret it, but I would have waited a little longer. You do not want to go through pregnancy yet. I've been there. I won't be doing it again for a very very long time. Go through school get a higher education and a well paying job because you're going to need it. Please take my advice and wait. ( Full Answer )
need to know when i got pregnant. my last period was oct 14 2011 then november two days before thanksgiving of 2011 i wiped and there was blood but not a full period then on december 12 2011 i found out i was 8 weeks so what day can you give me that i got oregnant
I got pregnant at the age of 16 and ever since I had my daughter it seems impossible to gain weight Im 18 years old now and I cant even get to 100 lbs What can i do?
If you are trying to gain weight by eating a lot of junk food, DONT DO THAT! You will just become very unhealthy. Try eating all food groups during breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also try to exercise and build muscle instead of fat.
Can a 18 year old get in trouble if he got his 16 year old girlfriend pregnant but her parents gave consent to date?
Uh, yeah. DUH! That's illegal to have intercourse ages sixteen and under. No matter what, she could defend him, but he would get in trouble anyways.
Divide both, 18 and 16, by 2: 18/16 = 9/8 Multiply both, 9 and 8, by 125: = 1125/1000 = 1 125 / 1000 which, in decimal form, is 1.125
No. 15/18 = .83 16/48 = .33 or 15/18 = 5/6 16/48 = 1/3, and 1/3 = 2/6 So 16/48 is less than 15/18.
Multiplying fractions is about as easy as it could be. -- The numerator of the product is the product of the two numerators. -- The denominator of the product is the product of the two denominators. ( 18 / 16 ) x ( 12 / 14 ) = (18 x 12) / (16 x 14) = 216 / 224 If you'd like to si…mplify that answer, it's 27 /28 . ( Full Answer )
Go out to a restaurant (doesn't have to be fancy) but dress up really nice. Make sure to bring some friends along and just have fun.
I would suggest telling one parent first and doing it at home. How to tell there is just to be straight forward and tell it like it is - "We messed up and this was not planned but now we are having a baby. I understand if you are angry and I'm sorry. I fully intend of being there as a dad and I hope… you support us in this. I plan to get a job and finish school to be able to support my child." ( Full Answer )
Only if she was under the age of consent when they had sex. If she was the parents can report him to the police for statutory rape but it's the state that press the charges which means the parents who reported it can not take it back or influence it. By then it's up to the court. I'm not telling you… what to do but also remember that he is the father of your grandchild. To have a father labeled sex offender is not an easy thing to deal with. ( Full Answer )
Well if Officials were to find out there is a high chance of being charged with rape, it also depends on the consent age of the state.
Yes, and they are the same fraction when reduced 24/27 = 8/9 ( divide numerator and denominator by 3) 16/18 = 8/9 ( divide numerator and denominator by 2)
You would have to adopt the baby, and the girl would lose all rights to the child. I suggest not doing this
It's irrelevant when the baby is born since it's the sex that is illegal. The sex could have been legal if there was close in age exemptions to the law in your state, otherwise it was statutory rape since she is under the age of consent. Anyone can report this and not just her parents. A judge can a…lso find the age of consent should be higher and raise it to 18 because of the pregnancy and age difference. ( Full Answer )
1) Talk to her parents or another close adult she can trust. 2) Consider an abortion. She is not ready to be a mother and this child would face a very painful and difficult life. Abortion is not for all, so this will be a personal decision. 3) Consider giving up for adoption if abortion is not… chosen. The child will have a better chance in life if raised by a capable adult. 4) Have the boyfriend take a paternity test to prove he is the father. Then, in the event you keep the child, he will know to take responsibility and help pay for the many (and endless) expenses of raising a child. You have no idea how much time, money and effort this is. If you keep the child, your life is over and is now sacrificed to the child. Nothing but that child matters, your needs are a distant second. Consider giving it up. That is a Great Answer... Same suggestions... ( Full Answer )
1) Verify the pregnancy by seeing a doctor. 2) Talk to the doctor about your options. 3) Decide whether you want to keep, abort, or adopt the baby. Consider your financial situation as well as your relationship with your boyfriend. Do you want to be connected to him for the rest of your life? Who is… going to pay for everything? What if the baby has issues? What if the baby can't breastfeed? (I am a special needs parent as well as a formula feeding one, and it is SO expensive!!) In my opinion, your best choice would be adoption or abortion, simply because you should be able to enjoy being a teenager and graduating high school. Babies are a TON of work. But ultimately it is your choice. 4) Talk to both your and your boyfriend's parents, together. Tell them what you have decided. 5) Your boyfriend might be charged with statutory rape, depending on the law of where you live and if your parents decide to press charges. 6) Whatever you decide, talk to your doctor about birth control options for after the abortion or birth of the baby. An IUD might be a good choice. Make your boyfriend wear a condom. Prevention is key. Good luck. Choosing what to do when you have a surprise pregnancy is a huge responsibility and the first huge parenting decision you will make. Hopefully you have a good support system. And remember that babies aren't like in the Huggies commercials....maybe before you make your choice, you can see if you can find someone who will let you babysit their baby. It can give you a vague idea of what it is like. Hugs! ( Full Answer )
Age of consent is 18 so it would be defined as Sexual Abuse 3 (Class A Misdemeanor). Of course the pregnancy will probably make it worse since it's not just haivng sex by now.
If you got pregnant and miscarried with the ParaGuard, you should visit your doctor for a complete check up. There might be a reason that the ParaGuard failed and it may even cause damage to the uterus.
When one is 16 weeks, or 4 months pregnant, one should expect certain symptoms and issues. For instance extra hormones coursing through your body with have you acting in ways you normally wouldn't. Also, your bladder control might be dwindling, and your belly will be quite large.