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What are your thoughts on teenage pregnancy?
5 doctors weighed in

Dr. Rahil Malik
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Problems
Teenage pregnancy's account for a growing proportion of pregnancies in the north east.
It is a difficult time for the girl who is now a unready mother and a difficult environment for a baby to grow in. Not all teenage pregnancies tend to have a negative outcome. However, given the absence of a social, financial structure confounded by the absence of the father, it is a challenging time.

In brief: Problems
Teenage pregnancy's account for a growing proportion of pregnancies in the north east.
It is a difficult time for the girl who is now a unready mother and a difficult environment for a baby to grow in. Not all teenage pregnancies tend to have a negative outcome. However, given the absence of a social, financial structure confounded by the absence of the father, it is a challenging time.
Dr. Rahil Malik
Dr. Rahil Malik
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Dr. Bob Stewart
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Raising a child
Takes maturity & emotional, social, & financial resources.
Most teens don't have those, so teen pregnancy is usually a bad idea. The best prevention is comprehensive sex education & available, affordable, effective contraception. All pregnant women, especially teens, need good health care including all options for continuing the pregnancy or not.

In brief: Raising a child
Takes maturity & emotional, social, & financial resources.
Most teens don't have those, so teen pregnancy is usually a bad idea. The best prevention is comprehensive sex education & available, affordable, effective contraception. All pregnant women, especially teens, need good health care including all options for continuing the pregnancy or not.
Dr. Bob Stewart
Dr. Bob Stewart
Thank
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