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Which everyone knows but if you are adult enough to lay down with someone, then you are adult enough to deal with the outcome. I get he is scared but why not just prevent this in the first place? Op seems to be handling it better, and Cudos to her and good luck, tell him to be responsible for his actions and he will get over the fright and do whats right. I guess him throwing up is better than ditxhing,

  kemando  |  22

I mean, based on his reaction they were clearly using protection to avoid such a thing (otherwise it wouldnt be so shocking), being prepared to have sex =/= being ready to raise a child.

  NeatNit  |  32

I don't understand why abortions never come up in these discussions. It's such an obvious and "clean" solution (no downside barring cost). and stopping a pregnancy in the middle is no different than never getting pregnant in the first place. Either way there's no baby!


Yeah but we all know what could happens when people do the do. Condoms fail, bc too. We all learn that and are aware of reprocusions. I am outie. There are more important things for me to argue for, like stuff that no one brings on themselves. Peace.

  BrotherPhil  |  32

it's quite a difference. even if you are fine with it emotionally, it is still a massive shock to the system - more so the more advanced the pregnancy is.
Whilst abortion is something that should be available for every woman, it's not as easy and simple as flushing the toilet, and that's without getting into philosophical questions.

  Kain713  |  14

Aww come on this sounds like a typical guy reaction, albeit a little extreme. I definitely felt sick to my stomach when we found out my girl was pregnant. Yet 4 years later I have sole custody. Just because a guy doesn't handle the initial shock well doesn't mean he won't be a good parent. Give your guy some room to freak out a little OP , it's natural.

  naarz  |  9

Clearly this is very important to the both of them.....You should consider seeing a doctor, or waiting it out till the next month just incase, you should also consider talking about the situation.....seeing your next steps and what not......unplanned pregnancies are not exactly the easiest thing to deal with. Hopefully OP your not pregnant. Then again unless you want to be then yea.

  cwbygmer  |  2

that is very true but then I believe there are no such thing as an unplanned pregnancy you don't use protection of any kind we all know what results from that. So if anyone doesn't want kids either no sex or don't take anyone's word that they are on birth control or are sterile or whatever reason USE PROTECTION.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

At first I thought it said "packing" instead of "panicking". I would probably end up packing and head down to Paradise City. Where the grass is green and the girls aren't carrying my baby..

  license2chill  |  5

I panicked too when my gf's period was delayed by a week or so, and it happened multiple times. It's not that I didn't want to be responsible of what's coming next, I was just not ready for that.

  MrsDruidess  |  23

and that is why we don't tell the boyfriend until you take a test! I mean really it takes 3 mins, and can be taken at any time, even before your missed period!! You made him worry for nothing. YDI OP

By  kasmol  |  16

Don't know how old you are, but an unplanned pregnancy can be rough at any age. Intense emotions and stress frequently cause nausea. its not a comment about you, its just the way the body reacts. Best of luck.