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About sharing media chah mum 'bedbound for six months of pregnancy' For Hannah Dalton, pregnancy meant not being able to drink fluids for eight months without throwing up, going into hospital 27 times for intravenous drips and living off ice lollies and anti-sickness medication. Hannah, 30, from Thundersley, Essex, had hyperemesis gravidarum HGthe severe pregnancy sickness the Duchess of Cambridge experienced during her three pregnancies. She was bedridden for six months, ended up in a wheelchair and, at her worst, her body started to shut down. I thought I was dying.
If you decide not to continue with your pregnancy, you can talk to a GP or visit a sexual health clinic to discuss your options. They can refer you for an assessment at a clinic or hospital if you choose to have an abortion. Sexwise has more information about if you're pregnant and don't know what to do.
What support is there for pregnant teenagers? If you decide to continue with your pregnancy, there are a wide range of services to support you during pregnancy and after you have had your baby.
You can get support and advice from: Brook — visit your nearest Brook service for free confidential advice if you're under 25, or use the Ask Brook online service Family Lives — visit the website or call for support for families, including young parents Tommy's — visit this website led by midwives for the latest information for parents-to-be Family Nurse Partnership — a family nurse may be able to visit your home, if you're young parents, to support you from early pregnancy until your child is 2 Shelter — a national housing charity that can advise you about housing options and housing benefits for young parents; visit their website or call them on If you're pregnant and on your own, it's important there are people you can share your feelings with who can offer you support.
Can I carry on with my education while I'm pregnant?
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At school Yes, you can stay at school up until the birth and then return to school afterwards. If you're pregnant or a mum, you're expected to stay at school and continue education until you finish Year Your school shouldn't treat you any differently.
You're also entitled to a maximum week xhat immediately before and after the birth. You can leave school at the end of Year Further or higher education You can only get maternity pay if you have a job, so very few students are eligible. But if you're a student, you should be able to take maternity-related absence from studying after your baby's been born.
How long you take will depend on your situation and your particular course. Apprenticeships Apprentices can take up to 52 weeks' maternity leave.
If you're an apprentice, you may qualify for statutory maternity pay. Maternity Action has more information about maternity rights for apprentices. You can apply if you're going to study at school or sixth form college or on another publicly funded course in England. You can't get Care pregnnat Learn if you're an apprentice who gets a salary or if you're doing a higher education course at university.