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    I had unprotected sex on Saturday at about 4AM. I'm so worried and don't really know what to do because it was my first time. Should I wait till for my period (about 3 weeks) or do something else? I live in quite a remote location and can't tell my parents THEY WILL KILL ME. I am so so so so worried.
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    Go to the chemist and get the morning after pill asap.
    Other than that all you really can do is wait for your period and take a pregnancy test.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I had unprotected sex on Saturday at about 4AM. I'm so worried and don't really know what to do because it was my first time. Should I wait till for my period (about 3 weeks) or do something else? I live in quite a remote location and can't tell my parents THEY WILL KILL ME. I am so so so so worried.
    If you have no problem with having an abortion then I don't see why you shouldn't wait those 3 weeks. Everything you tell your doctor, or anything you see them about is strictly confidential and your parents will never know. I'm not sure what the minimum age is to be able to abort without your parents knowing... I'm guessing either 16 or 18?

    You can go on the NHS website or have a look on Google for methods of abortion if you want to know more about that. I'm not saying you'll get pregnant though - i'm pretty sure the chance of that is around 10-20% if you're under 20 and on no birth control whatsoever. But in the worst case scenario it's good to be informed :yep:

    You can also take the morning after pill if you can get it in time (some newer variants can be used up to a few days after I believe).
 
 
 
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