Well... most people would tell you this is what you get when you do things like this... and somehow they are right... you should have been more careful and self-conciousness... and especially, don't drink and drive and... don't drink and have relations... in fact, don't drink at all, and much less so at your age. But in this particular situation this advice is not going to help you (although it should help you to avoid similar things in the future!). You have made a mistake and everybody makes mistakes, only that your mistake is one with serious consequences and it can, will change your life forever. So this is the first thing you have to do: you have to face the consequences. You have to realize that you did something that will alter your life. The sooner you do, the better. There is no easy way out and no escape. You have to step up and take the responsibility for what you did. This means, first of all, you have to talk to this guy and see what he is up to. Second, you have to talk to your parents. And be totally honest. They are your parents and although you say they might kill you... they will help you, if they see that you realized you made a mistake and want help. Then you and your parents can consider the options. This also includes a possible abortion, although I don't think abortion should be used as pregnancy control. But in your case, if you take responsibility for being stupid and learned from this experience, it might give you the chance to get your life back on track. You might also opt for having the child, but this requires some serious soul-searching because having a child requires a level of responsibility that you most probably don't have (yet). It also depends somehow on the other guy. Who is he? What is his take on this? If he is as "loose" as you are, there might be little hope that he is ready for this type of commitment. I sometimes think: children learn so many things in school... and about 70% of these they will never use in real life. But what they actually need in real life, they don't learn in school at all. And much less from their parents: how to deal with relationships responsibly and take care of themselves to avoid that such things happen.