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I'm kinda afraid of that... everyone tells me oh ur so young to be having a baby. I'm going to be 20 before this little person's born! I don't think it matter about age but I'm afraid for attitudes from doctors and other people in general.
No not really. I was very happy with the way things went. I was worried about that though! But they treated me very well. Alot of the nurses were young anyways. One of them was pregnant and for some reason that made me feel more comfortable. Plus my mom was there and with her attitude she would of snapped if i would have gotten miss-treated
I don't think they'll treat me any differently. They didn't with my sister and she's younger.
They have Social Workers visit those who are 16 and under who just gave birth just to make sure the baby will be in a good home and will have everything it needs. Kind of like a "just to be on the safeside" type thing.
I dont think I will be treated any differently, its really not something that is uncommon and with all the family that is going to be at the hospital they had better hope they dont give me any problems lol
I LOVED my nurse. She was probably around mid-20's? She was married because it was hard to not notice the HUUUGE rock on her finger (can you tell I'm jealous ) But she was so nice and comforted me and assured me that I was doing a great job! Plus when it came to the nasty stuff, she made me feel like it was no biggie She helped hold my legs up too Her name was Jessica.. I remember that much