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i am so embarrassed i found out i was pregnant 4weeks ago but i have no idea who the father is. i recently started dating this great guy, and know i have to tell him i am pregnant with another guys baby. i just don't know what to do. also i am already showing so i cant hold off telling the bf that i am knocked up.
I think that is what you should think about first. Are you keeping the baby, are you looking at adoption or discontinuing your pregnancy?
Do you have any idea who the Father could be? I am only asking because he should know or you should know who he is for just in case his family has genetic things you should know about or diseases that are transmittable you should know if you decide to keep the baby.
Once you know you will know what to tell your new beau and then you guys can work on things for there.
I know you are going through a lot and it must be hard but these things happen and you will get through it!
Feel free to PM me if you want someone to talk to.
You have nothing to worry about. I'm 8 weeks and only 15. Imagine that, but hey, I've never been happier. I'm so excited I can't stand it. If your new boo really cares about you, he'll understand. Telling him now is the BEST thing to do! If you plan on keeping the baby, that is. But a lot of people believe in abortion.. smh.
It is a personal decision, of course, but in my opinion.. honesty upfront is the best policy. If he leaves--he probably wasn't in the stage in his life to be a full time parent. Remember that being a father is much more about the actions and very little about who supplied the sperm for the egg, if you know what I mean?
The baby is your main concern. Someone close to me was in a similar situation and miscarried which we think was from serious stress she put on herself. Things happen and its ok. Be honest so that you can move on one way or another and you'll be proud of yourself for being so strong. Good luck and congrats!