im 20 and pregnant with a 17 year old boys baby. what should i do?

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im dating this boy who is 17 and i found out i’m pregnant. we’re really happy but we’ve only been dating for a couple of months. he is younger than me and i don’t know if i should keep the baby or not.
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I really hope for everyone's sake that this is a troll.
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That is not a question any one on tsr can answer
You need some professional advice ASAP
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Go to a sexual health clinic and have an abortion.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
im dating this boy who is 17 and i found out i’m pregnant. we’re really happy but we’ve only been dating for a couple of months. he is younger than me and i don’t know if i should keep the baby or not.
This is something you, him and the family need to decide, we can't really tell you or not what to do about the baby.
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Doctor/clinical advice. Use protection next time. Tell him and work it out together, nobody here can decide for you.
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Feed the baby bugs then eat the baby for climate
You joking around about a serious situation really isn't going to help the OP. Please keep your dumb responses to yourself, and don't be such a coward 'Anonymous'.
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joking?
what the **** did you say to me you li
you forgot to go anon, lmao
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just imagine being so new on the internet thinking OP is serious and not trolling
This is an advice forum 🤷 If someone comes on here asking for advice, I'm going to give it to them, troll or not. If it was a real post and everyone just assumed it was trolling, the forum wouldn't be doing its job would it? Reported your posts anyway, have a nice day.
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Have a nice life honey.
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god this sickest ****ing ct would not mind others somehow oneday
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If you are both really happy and you think you can financially support the baby, go ahead, but make sure you can handle the sacrifices you'll have to make especially as you're young, are you okay with being a full time mother, and is he okay with possibly not going uni. If you are then, sure have your child, if not you need to figure out if you are okay with aborting a child or if you would like to give it up for adopting.
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This person must be speaking via google translate cause I can't understand a thing he's saying anymore XD Just lots of exclamation marks and holding down one key for an extended period of time lol
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How are we supposed to tell you to keep the baby? Personally, I don’t think you are very happy, otherwise the first thing you would want to do is keep the baby. And this is not just your decision, it’s your boyfriends too.
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