Early Pregnancy

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General Topics: Pregnancy
Narrow Topic: Teenage Pregnancy
Thesis Statement: Early Pregnancy places young women’s health and lives at risk as teenage girls over15 years of age twice as like to die from childbirth compared to women in their twenties.

Outline

I. Early Pregnancy

A. Definition
B. Classification

II. Causes of Early Pregnancy

A. Curiosity
B. Lack of Knowledge
C. Experimenting

III. Effects

A. Death
B. Poverty
C. Stop of schooling

IV. Conclusion

Table of Content
Introduction…………………………………..1
What is Early Pregnancy…………………2
Different Attitudes………………………………3
Teen Sex………………………………………….4
The Role of Sex Education……………………….5-9
* The School
* The Church
* Parents and Home Sexuality Education
What can done?…………………………………10-13
* Education
* Support from parent
* Support Community
Pregnancy Loss…………………………………13-20
* Ultrasound
* Risk
* Presentation
* Causes
* Options
* The Next Cycle
* Recurrent losses
Conclusion…………………………………………21

Introduction
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Early pregnancy has so many connotations to so many people to the youth it is simply another stage in their life, a result of their teen-age children and to the remaining state of the community; early pregnancy is just an issue to be debated upon. The reason, the effects and the repercussions of early pregnancy have so many things to consider. It is not just an issue, nor, it is just a perception it is a very serious matter that everyone in society should be aware of. It is in fact, one of the factors that affect the future of the nation. A community that is divided in its attitudes towards early pregnancy would create big challenges to the leaders of today. Teens are the one involved to early pregnancy are the protagonist. Usually teenagers comprise the big part of those women that undergo teen-pregnancy or early pregnancy. There is a great risk at staled during this condition and therefore concerned people should be the leaders or the community should join hands with the school, the church, and the home impressing the moral culture of society for the world is on the hands of these youth and their outlook and decision in life greatly affect the nation’s progress.

What is Early Pregnancy?

According to Webster’s dictionary Pregnancy is the condition wherein an unborn child is developed inside the womb of a female or a woman. This means that the woman; be she is capable of giving birth, thus making her a mother. This condition is made possible when the woman comes in contact in or has experienced sexual intercourse with a man. It is indeed very impossible for a woman; as a scientific principle; to bring forth a child without any contact with a partner. Early pregnancy; as the title of our research paper suggests; is a condition where teen-agers (Those girls from 13-19) experienced being pregnant. Much to their disbelief, they are not expecting this condition to happen to the due to many reasons. This condition exists in almost all countries of the world today. It is an issue that has created different levels of acceptance that bordered a complacency or apathy. To some places it is already accepted as a “worm” or “fact of life” –something that can’t be change-and so were less apt to work actively to change or address it. To notice it took opposite viewpoint. They felt that t this condition is a challenge and that t they have to work actively to address the issue.

Different attitudes

In some cities in the western world, early pregnancy is address seriously. In fact they developed some programs like healthy, project empower and young family improvement program to be the model of the youth in auburn, Washington, USA. The key leaders in the city had changed their attitude from “tolerant and judgmental” to that of “concerned and realistic”. These leaders realized that the kids having...
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