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Are my 1950s views about teen pregnancy outdated?

Are my 1950s views about teen pregnancy outdated?

Not at all: I share your views. The worst part of it all is the birth of so many illegitimate children. Prematurity has sky rocketed and all because of a moment of pleasure! how selfish can we be? ...Read more

Dr. James Krick
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Pregnancy (Definition)

If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more


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What are some statistics about teen pregnancy?

What are some statistics about teen pregnancy?

>400,000 in US in 09: Cdc and us vital statistics sites offer credible information. Start here for more information on teen pregnancies in the US: http://www.cdc.gov/teenpregnancy/aboutteenpreg.htm. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of early teen pregnancy?

What are symptoms of early teen pregnancy?

Same as adults...: ...And may include missed periods, bloating, nausea, fatigue, tender breasts, vaginal spotting from implantation, headaches (from the surge in hormones) and lower back pain. A simple pregnancy test can more accurately detect an early pregnancy (usually by day 7);. ...Read more

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Does teen pregnancy affect their lives as woman?

Does teen pregnancy affect their lives as woman?

Absolutely: Teen mothers are much less likely to graduate from high school, graduate from college or attend graduate school. Teen mothers are less likely to earn as much money as non-teen mothers. ...Read more

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Is teen pregnancy a problem in the world?

Is teen pregnancy a problem in the world?

Yes: People becoming pregnant before they have the ability to care adequately for the child is a worldwide problem. ...Read more

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What is the best way to eliminate a teen pregnancy?

What is the best way to eliminate  a teen pregnancy?

Education and access: Education of teenagers about pregnancy and its prevention and ready access to birth control are the best ways to eliminate teen pregnancies in this country. ...Read more

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What is the percent of teen pregnancy in us?

What is the percent of teen pregnancy in us?

Very high: Out of wedlock births are currently exceeding those in marriage.Many of the babies are born premature and are very expensive to save. Alas, this appears to be a rot in our society that indicates a general lack of discipline while growing up. Are we any different than the ancient romans? We all know that the root of the fall of the empire was hedonism ...Read more

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Questions about teen pregnancy? If I am 16 am I required to pay child support?

Questions about teen pregnancy? If I am 16 am I required to pay child support?

Judge will decide !: Brace yourself for some changes in your lifestyle. If you are old enough to father a child the state you live in may decide to hold you accountable for a number of things.On the one hand, the state grants u certain parental rights & in tern requires you to execute them responsibly. If you & the mother can get along, the process may go smoothly. If u don't, plan to get a lawyer & have a bumpy ride. ...Read more

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Why is sex ED a good?Way ?To keep teen pregnancy rates down?

Why is sex ED a good?Way ?To keep teen pregnancy rates down?

Sex education: Like any topic, education is the best treatment for ignorance. Cheers to you for believingt that sex education is a "good way" to prevent teen pregnancy. Discussing the details of the reproductive systems in both males and females can familiarize teenagers with their bodies and their functions so that they will know how to observe precautions. ...Read more

Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Teen Pregnancy (Definition)

Teen pregnancy is a condition where a teenage female between the ages of 13 and 19 becomes pregnant. It is often associated with increased risks to the ...Read more