Doubt very much if your pregnant...go get a morning after pill it works up to 72 hours after although longer its left less effective....you can order them from Lloyds Chemist online with no pescription.
.....in a snow filled sky, we'll make it all right to come undone.
And I heard so many things I failed to understand at all
If being pregnant would be such a nightmare for you, how about you just don't have unprotected sex? You reap what you sew.
First off, if you and your boyfriend are really concerned with you getting pregnant, then start using condoms in addition to the Pill.
Secondly, if you ever have unprotected sex again (forgot to take your Pill one day, don't use condoms, the condom breaks, etc.) get the "Morning After Pill" (aka "Plan B", though there are other brands on the market) as soon as possible. It's most effective up to 72 hours after sex, though, the sooner you take it, the more effective it is. It's a pill or two (again, depends on what brand you're given) that either keeps you from releasing an ovum, or prevents a fertilized ovum from implanting itself in the uterine wall, depending on how long after sex you take it.
You can either go right to the chemist/pharmacy and get the Morning After Pill there, or you can go to your doctor, and they can either write you a prescription that you can take to the chemist, or they can actually give you the pill there.
Thirdly, the way that the birth control pill works is that it releases hormones that fool your body into believing that it's pregnant when it isn't. That's how it prevents pregnancy--your body thinks that it's pregnant, so it doesn't release any ova. So, you can, while on the Pill, experience symptoms that a pregnant woman might have, such as "morning sickness". You might also experience a loss of libido while on the Pill, as well as some other symptoms.
Finally, I was concerned when you said that you went onto this message board to talk about this, because you don't have anyone in your real life to talk about it with. That isn't a good thing. Can you talk to your mother about this? How about some female friends? A pregnancy scare is not a good thing to go through alone. You need to talk about it, face-to-face, with some other women who have been through it before, not with faceless people on the internet who don't know you from Eve.
Do you have an education to speak of?
For what it's worth, I really do care for my Solo friends. When I posted my wedding date on Facebook (see, I can socialize long enough to get a boyfriend ), several of them messaged me to help me find a dress. One even offered to lend me hers. There are some good people on here, while I've had a hard time finding people as kind as them at home.
We could have a TV show and it would definitely be a better show than some of the other Reality TV.
I feel really stupid for not knowing about them already.
Funny thing is, you all seem to be experts.
You hiss and groan and you constantly moan,
But you don't ever go away.
There's so much destruction all over the world,
And all you can do is complain about me.
You don't know a thing about their lives.
So safely with your software, miles from the front line.