Finding out you're pregnant when you're a teenager can be very daunting, particularly if the pregnancy wasn't planned.
If you decide to continue with the pregnancy, there are a wide range of services to support you during pregnancy and after you've had your baby.
The Young Woman's Guide to Pregnancy is written especially for women under the age of 20, and includes the real pregnancy experiences of young mums.
It is produced by the charity Tommy's and is available free to 16 to 19-year-olds through the Tommy's website.
If you're a student, you should be able to take maternity-related absence from studying after your baby's been born.