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    dramatically affected in early pregnancy, the major mission is defined by promoting a better and timely instruction and sex education involving American teens, obtaining more committed teens into the prevention of early pregnancy. For example, in her "Diary of a Teen Mom", Arielle Haney, teen mother of John, 2 years old, affirms, "Teens need to know that it can happen to anyone. They need to hear true accounts of teen pregnancy." In fact, she sadly explains, how she was criticized and told she was a ailure. How she had to deal with the embarrassment to her peers in high school, asking her if she was pregnant. Actually, she is still dealing with the fact that she had a child earlier than most,…

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    Proposed Research Title: Early Life Pregnancies: Options, Outcomes, and Impacts Background While teen-pregnancy has continued a steady decline in the last two decades, the United States still has among the highest rates of teenage pregnancy in the Western world . Further, geographic variation and race and class disparities are significant, with Hispanic and Black teens in the United States have nearly one-and-a-half-times higher rates than average and about twice as high as White teens .…

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    The pregnancy is dated from the first day of a mothers last period. So in the first few weeks of the pregnancy, the mothers body will prepare for ovulation as it normally would. Meaning the mother isn 't actually pregnant in these first few weeks. After roughly two weeks after the start of the mothers last period, she will ovulate. Three weeks from the last period the fertilised egg will move through the fallopian tube and towards the womb. The egg, which to begin with is a singular cell, will…

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    Women’s roles in Christianity are an excellent example of the unevenness of women’s contributions to history. Women were the last disciples at the cross and the first at the empty tomb. They remained integral to the work of the church in its early centuries. Traditional Christianity believed that the statements attributed to St. Paul in I Timothy 2 that women were created second, sinned first, and should keep silence. Women traditionalists believed and accepted these teachings as true. Jesus’…

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    Throat in Early Pregnancy What must a woman do if she gets a sore throat, early pregnancy? This period is difficult enough, especially in women who experience morning sickness and other symptoms of pregnancy. But a sore throat can make things even worse. Deciding whether to take medications or just wait till it gets better on its own can be a dilemma, but if your symptoms are mild, home remedies might do. If you do not get better, it is best to visit your doctor to have your throat examined.…

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    It all begins with a pregnancy test. Once you take a pregnancy test and it turns out positive, you officially enter your first trimester. The wellbeing and health of both your baby and you are of utmost importance during pregnancy. In each trimester your doctor will prescribe a set of tests and scans to rule out possible risk factors and to ensure that your baby is growing normal. Here are some of the common tests and scans for the first trimester: 1. Your first prenatal visit As soon as your…

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    become very stressful and overwhelming. Teen mom’s are less likely to graduate high school, less likely to attend college, and also are more likely to have a child that will also have a baby at a young age. Even though both of the articles focuses on teen pregnancy, “Tough truths about teen pregnancy” discuses how teen pregnancy shouldn’t be encouraged, whereas “Parents too soon? Teen Pregnancy and Childbearing in the U.S” talks about what the child, parent, and community can do to prevent teen…

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    Hypertension in Pregnancy Blood pressure measures the amount of force used as blood travels through the arteries. In pregnancy, if a woman’s blood pressure reaches too high a number, it not only has negative effects on her health but her baby’s health as well. Hypertension in pregnancy can quickly lead up to more severe conditions such as seizures. Due to the dangers associated with blood pressure in pregnancy, expectant mothers need to be educated on hypertension, preeclampsia and…

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    The teens pregnancy is not a new occurrence in our society, however, the perception of American society on this topic changed in the last century. Until late 1800’s, main concern about pregnant teen was to be married before baby was born and most of states codes allowed girls as young as 12 to do so (Teen Pregnancy, 2008). However, due to living condition, poor diet and diseases, most of teen girls did not reach physical maturity until late teens which limited number of early pregnancies. In…

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    that of fetal health and development, birth complications, and mother’s health concerns. Each one of these is important to consider since they can alter the mother’s lives and possibly their child’s life, forever. As we research the effects that age can have on childbirth we have to consider the research that is used to help us understand the truth and not just the speculations. From this research, we can see how age can affect the lives of everyone involved in the pregnancy. It will also help…

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