Tell someone. Your parents or your doctor. As long as there is no abuse, you are entities to privacy under HIPAA.
Your "boyfriend" of 2 months has commited statutory rape.
Neither of you is a full blown adult. This is far more than a legal matter.
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I agree with my colleague: at a very young age you are already making terrible life choices that will have permanent implications. Your boyfriend needs to seek an attorney and you need to get proper medical treatment for your child. Beyond that, you need to evaluate the choices you are making.
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Understandable that you are scared or nervous. You need to get medical care for both yourself and your child. Your boyfriend needs to get a lawyer. People under the age of 18 in California are not legally able to consent to sex.
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