I am 15 and have no idea of my options...
The legality of this depends on - how long you are pregnant - where you live
If you are a couple of days pregnant, the "morning after pill" is legally prescribed in several countries.
In some countries, you will need to go to a family planning counselor before you can legally ab0rt. Which is probably the best idea anyway. To contact a counselor. I am sure you can find some public health-care or charity organization where there is someone you can talk to. They can tell you about your options much better than we can. Because they know for sure the laws and regulations. Those are different in every country and in case you live in the USA they also differ from state to state. Google for family planning advice and add your towns name. Or the next larger town. I'm sure you'll find some contact number.
True. But then, I would not want to decide about the morality of someone elses life-changing decision. I mean, she's 15 according to her profile. It's her life. You can't expect her her act according to your moral. I think sending her to a family planning center where a doctor will have a long and profound talk with her was the best anyone could do over the interwebz.
Adoption. There are many people who want to adopt a new born baby. There are ads in local newspapers everyday placed by couples who want to adopt. Many of them are willing to pay any and all of your medical expenses while carrying the child. You would be not only saving the life of your baby but also making someone else who cannot convieve very happy.
Hi there my friend. Isn't it quite a contrast sometimes with what's "legal" and what's "moral"? Just an observation.
If you want to get one you need to talk to ur parents and they can help you figure out what to do about ur pregnancy
That fully depends on how far along you are. You will likely need your parents' consent for this.
Talk to Planned Parenthood.