If you decide to continue your pregnancy, the next step is antenatal care.
Your doctor can arrange this for you and you will receive all the support you need for a healthy pregnancy. This includes help with healthy eating, blood tests, baby health checks, ultrasounds and ongoing advice around birth, breastfeeding and parenthood.
Can I carry on with education while I'm pregnant?
Yes. If you're at school, you can continue with your education up until birth and then return to school afterwards. You're expected to stay at school and only leave when you've finished Year 11. Schools, colleges, universities or apprenticeships must not treat you unfairly because you are pregnant or a parent.
You're also entitled to a maximum 16 week break immediately before and after birth.
Can I get help with childcare costs?
If you're under 20, the Care to Learn scheme can help with childcare costs while you study.
You can apply if you're going to study at school or sixth form college or on another publicly funded course in England.