What should I do if I'm pregnant?

Alright, so I'm 14 (about to be 15 in January) and sexually active. I've used a condom every time I've had sex (so far) and I'm not pregnant. I want to get the birth control implant because I don't want to get an IUD or anything or take pills bc I already know that wouldn't work out because I don't take my meds that are supposed to be daily on a regular basis. I don't know how to ask my parents for the implant because they don't know I'm sexually active and want me to wait to have sex until I'm married and our insurance doesn't cover birth control other than pills unless a doctor determines that pills aren't fit for the situation. I just have this feeling that I'm going to get pregnant as a teenager. I know people are going to tell me to stop having sex, but I'm not going to do that. And I have no idea how I should tell my parents if I were to get pregnant because they're really conservative and would be really mad at me. Sorry this is kind of a bunch of shit jumbled into one post.

First of all, use a condom every time if you don't have any protection at all. Since you don't want to use a condom, work a part time job so you can have money to install a birth control implant. Another useful thing is that you should learn how to use the calendar method. The calendar method form of birth control is that it basically tracks when you are at your most fertile and it determines the days when you can get pregnant or not.

You can find more tips here:?https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/fertility-awareness/whats-calendar-method-fams


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