so I have been able to have any flying lessons or anything of that sort
Given the context, you obviously meant to write "unable" or " not been able"
Not checking your accuracy of posting is not a good sign! For a Pilot , that sort of sloppiness could result in the death of all aboard . -sounds dramatic, but ....
You are 16,- IIRC, children are allowed to start work at 13 ,with restrictions on duration and time of work. Paper-rounds are apparently a fairly good -paying example and you may only be able to pay for 4 hours' flying in a year, though at 16, a Saturday/Sunday job is a possibility. Showing initiative and a real commitment may well help you if you find a flying bursary or sponsorship.
Please don't be discouraged by this apparent criticism, it's meant to help you realise that it's not a "glamour-job" The road is long and hard -not to mention costly
As @Lerk advised, If you cannot get the required medical, your flying-career will be very limited! It won't stop you flying for pleasure, but, how do you know you won't be airsick / panic / not be able to navigate / accurately calculate the weight and balance of your loaded aircraft is within the safe range and you load the right amount of fuel to safely complete your mission.
For the avoidance of doubt, no, I don't have a pilot's licence!