Unwanted Pregnancy Essays and Term Papers

  • Why Teenagers Should Be Blamed for Unwanted Pregnancy Not the Society?

    Pregnancy in days past was confined to married people and the elderly in particular. In this generation pregnancy has seen to have no limit to teenagers, be they are married or not. This incidence keeps on happening in the society. Nowadays, the society keeps on judging, commenting and ever not helping...

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  • Factors Contributing the Unplanned Pregnancy Among College Students

    are many risks of unwanted pregnancy among young female university students, as the majority of today’s university students have prematurely engaged in sexual intercourse. Consequently, without preparation, some of them face with unwanted pregnancy while studying. Unwanted pregnancy among university students...

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  • Things

    wanted child! A woman should be able to control her own body! Abortion must be kept legal, especially for all the rape and incest pregnancies? Does aborting unwanted children reduces the number of abused children? We need to remember that we are overpopulating the planet?   Since when does anyone’s...

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  • Cause and Effect essay

    I’m going to be talking about a very important topic called the “Unwanted Pregnancy”. I’m going to mention some examples of why teenage girls get pregnant at a very young age, mentioning the cause and effect of unwanted pregnancy and some problems that these young girls go through. This topic it’s...

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  • Essay

    has been talked about whether it is right or wrong and reasons to legalize or make abortion illegal. Females choose to end or put a stop to the pregnancy because they don’t feel like they would be able to carry such a big responsibility. They may be right about not ready for the responsibility, but...

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  • Methods of Contraception

    family within a year so with a condom they are protected from pregnancy but when they want to start trying to become pregnant, they can. The advantages of condoms are that they are inexpensive and they protect one from unwanted pregnancies and STI’s but if they want to start trying for their family they...

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  • Pro-Choice

    A mother kills her baby because it is unwanted, yet she is not charged 
with murder. Is this right? Believe it or not, this has happened more than thirty-million times since 1973. The problem is that they have been killed legally because of abortion. Many people approve of abortion because they consider...

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  • Abandoment of Babies

    * Reach out to distressed pregnant women instead of using capital punishment against those who dump unwanted babies. If we do not help them and resort to punishing them, then we are treating women who abandoned their babies as criminals. if capital punishment is introduced, it could force women to commit...

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  • Abortion

    dictionary defines an abortion as a “medical termination of a pregnancy before the fetus has developed enough to survive outside the uterus” (“Abortion”). In simple words, an abortion is a very common way for a woman to get rid of an unwanted child before he or she is born. An abortion could be either...

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  • Abortion Summary 4

    possibility that many women have taken it and thus become a more popular choice; abortion could be used as an escape. The women have a right to choose, the pregnancy could be accidental or the women were raped. Then abortion should be allowed tenet it could cause an adverse impact on the mother's life. Abortion...

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  • Abortion Paper 10

    have a balance beam. On one side you have the physical life of an infant and on the other you have the mental and emotional life of a mother and her unwanted child. Which side can we, as civil humans, claim as more valuable? Up to this current day, abortion has become an issue that faces everyone nationwide...

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  • Sex Education Should Be Introduced at High School

    informs individuals about the different types of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, enhances the knowledge of ethics and morals, and discouraging unwanted pregnancies. Firstly, it can be postulated that sex education should be introduced at high-school because it informs individuals about the different types...

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  • Abortion

    dilemmas faced by modern societies (Devanny, 2000). Women should have the right to choose whether or not they want to continue or terminate their pregnancy. Since the infamous Supreme Court case of Roe vs. Wade, women were given the right to choose what’s best for them and their unborn child even if it...

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  • Sex Education

    International Conference on Population and Development, unwanted pregnancies led to the deaths of nearly 700,000 women worldwide, accounting for about 21% of maternal mortality. (1) According to a Global Health Council report, at least 338 million unwanted pregnancies occurred during that period. Of these, about...

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  • Ethics of Abortion

    preventing the perspective babies from a troubled life. Unwanted babies deal a significant physiological blow the carrying mother. An important connection in any pregnancy is the relationship between the mother and the baby. In unwanted pregnancies it has been found that the mother never can truly love...

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  • Abortions in America

    state, women futures, and the number of unwanted babies. In 1973, the Supreme Court’s decision made it possible for women to get safe, legal abortions from trained medical surgeons. After woman started seeking legal abortions, there was a large decrease in pregnancy-related injury and death. Before abortion...

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  • Child Is a Priceless Gift from God

    actions have also established 'safe houses' - public centers such as fire stations, police stations, and other public areas where women can bring unwanted children rather then leave them in trash receptacles. The hope is that, by offering an alternative to dumping, women might leave their children with...

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  • Teenage Pregnancy

    Teenage Pregnancy An article in Time magazine by Kathleen Kingsbury (2008) stated, “As summer vacation begins, 17 girls at Gloucester High School are expecting babies – more than four times the number of pregnancies the 1,200 student school had last year.” In today’s society young girls are becoming...

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  • Debate on Abortion Paper

     Abortion is the termination of pregnancy, whether induce or spontaneous prior to a woman giving birth. The abortion can take place if the fetus has not exceeded less than 20 weeks from the time the woman has been impregnated. “The Christian Right seeks to criminalize abortion, but not all religions...

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  • Abortion

    terminate her pregnancy”. (buzzle.com) So who’s right and who’s wrong? This is something that I used to go back and forth on all the time until now. I have come to the decision that abortion should be legal and the women should be able to decide on whether she wants to go through with her pregnancy or not....

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