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If you decide to continue with the pregnancy, start your pregnancy (antenatal) care as soon as possible. If you have sex without a condom or the condom splits or comes off, you're also at risk of getting an STI.If this happens and you're worried you have caught an STI, you can get confidential help and advice in your local area, as well as free testing for STIs, at: Find sexual health services near you.
There are also lots of places that are set up especially for young people.
Most STIs can be treated easily, so don't be scared of having a test and getting a positive result. The first thing to do is find out for certain by taking a pregnancy test. There are lots of places where you can have a free pregnancy test and get confidential advice, even if you're under 16, including: Find your nearest sexual health services.
Talk to a nurse or doctor at a clinic or GP surgery about what contraception is right for you.
Condoms are the only method that can protect you from both STIs and pregnancy.
You can also buy a pregnancy test from pharmacies or some supermarkets, which you can do yourself at home. If you're pregnant and it's unplanned, you may be faced with a decision about whether to continue with the pregnancy or end the pregnancy by having an abortion.