I did it once in middle school because I thought I had a lot. I was embarrassed after a boy in my class made fun of me. I never did It again because it itched and I hated the prickels. Maybe she is having some body hair shame. I know I did.
You should speak with your school psychologist or social worker or both. They can help you with your parents, education, prenatal care advice etc. A teenage boy cannot help you much now. Seek out support from those who can.
I have a five year old daughter and an almost 18 month old daughter. My older child did not potty train until she was almost 3, we tried at 2, to no avail.
Now, my younger child is showing signs of interest. She pulles off her diaper to pee without one in the morning (if she has no pants on). And she brings me claen diapers before she wets regularly. Could she be ready? Its so much earlier than my first. It seems too good to be true.
You could try miralax instead of colace. I am not sure if it can be used during pregnancy but I know it works better than colace and my mother has been taking it for years without problems. I use it occasionally when the "roids" act up. I also use witch hazel soaked tp and blot instead of wiping. It seems to help with some of the discomfort. I feel your pain. Get well.
I had those feelings at first but they passed as nursing became a norm in my life. When I was uncomfortable I always wore a tank I could pull down and a tee I could lift up. That way my stomach and the top of my breast were covered and baby's head covered the rest. I also recommend nursing in public places where you know it will be accepted, my favorite place was the farmers market...people actually complimented me.
No, he can not. If you have an attorney, call them. My SIL is going through divorce and her children have a court appointed guardian ad litem, you could call yours, if you have one. When all else fails... call the cops. I would freak out with no info. It would not have been difficult for him to provide you with an itinerary. I wish you the best... and remember, the law is most likely on your side.