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PREGNANCY

Everyone has different reactions to finding out they’re pregnant. Some people will be delighted; others will feel shocked or worried. Everybody will need time to think and gather some information and advice about what to do next.

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    Pregnancy test: Am I pregnant?
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    Having a baby
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    Emergency Contraception: The IUD or the Morning After Pill
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Help & Getting Tested

Who can I talk to?

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.

Where can I get a pregnancy test?

You can get a pregnancy test free of charge from your GP, a Brook service, a sexual health clinic or another young people’s service. If you’d rather do the test yourself you can buy one from a reputable source like a pharmacist or supermarket, they usually cost around £3-£15.

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Had unprotected sex?

This puts you at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

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