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Hi,

What's the difference between -

I hadn't told you this, but I had gotten pregnant and

I haven't told you this, but I have gotten pregnant.

I know one is past perfect and the other is present perfect but don't they basically mean the same thing?

Thanks in advance.
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The first certainly implies you are no longer pregnant.

The second says you are still pregnant.

I agree with Vic: I'm pregnant is the better choice over present perfect in this case.
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"I hadn't told you this but I had gotten pregnant"= I got pregnant but didn't tell you

"I haven't told you this, but i have gotten pregnant." = I am pregnant is the result now... i would say " I haven't told you this, but I'm pregnant." I am telling you the news (information you don't know)
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