If you think you might be pregnant but you’re not sure, it's important to take a pregnancy test as soon as possible. You can read more about this, here.
If you are pregnant and if you are less than 24 weeks pregnant (a doctor can tell you how far along you are) there are three options available to you and you have the right to choose any one of them:
For some people, making a decision about pregnancy is easy. For others, it might be difficult. However easy or hard you find the decision, it is your decision to make. The more you feel you have made your own choice, the better you will feel in the future.
If you feel it would help, you can speak to someone at a Brook service, a sexual health clinic or another young people’s service. A counsellor can listen to how you’re feeling, answer any questions you might have and give you lots of information and support to help you make a decision that feels right for you. There are also many other organisations that can help you such as the British Pregnancy Advisory Services (BPAS) (03457 30 40 30), Marie Stopes UK (0345 300 80 90) and the Pregnancy Advisory Service (0845 359 66 66).
The most important thing is to talk to someone as soon as possible. If you talk to Brook, we’ll help you to come to a decision that’s right for you without judging you. You can visit us at your nearest service or you can get in touch with Ask Brook (between 9am-3pm, Mon to Fri) via webchat or text on 07717 989023 (standard SMS rates). Ask Brook is confidential. That means we won’t tell anyone you've contacted us unless we think you are in really serious danger.
Here are some quick links to advice and information on a range of things you might have questions about: