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.The sooner an abortion is done, the easier and safer it is.If you have diarrhoea, keep taking the pill as usual.But make sure to use condoms as well while you're unwell and for seven days s.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.Always read the leaflet inside the packet so you know what might affect it.
You can also contact a sexual assault referral centre (SARC), where you can get specialist support and medical care if you have been sexually assaulted.
If you're currently having sex with someone, either stop or make sure you use a condom until you know for sure whether or not you have an STI. You can get free, confidential advice and treatment from your GP or specialist clinics in your area, even if you're under 16.