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Transcript of Teen Pregnancy
Pregnancy in human females under the age of 20 at the time that the pregnancy ends.
In 2007, the number of teen pregnancies within the ages of 15-19 in Ontario was 27.5 per 1000.
Rape is a crime.
It is any source of unwanted sexual behaviour/action that is forced on to someone.
Rape victims become vulnerable to unwanted pregnancies.
As a result, victims may choose to abort or mistreat their unwanted/unexpected child.
2. Unsafe Sex
3. Failed Use of Contraceptives
There are many people pregnant teens can go to for help. For example...
They can turn to responsible adults they trust
They can go to charities that can help support them
There are abortion clinics they can go to or adoption centers.
There are condoms made for both males and females. Not using either of these condoms is a form of
Forgetting to withdraw the penis before ejaculating.
Trying to re-use a condom.
Using a condom incorrectly.
In this presentation, we are going to talk about...
Who teen pregnancy affects
Reasons on why teen pregnancy happens
Signs of pregnancy
Where teens can get help
Who can it affect?
"Teen Birth Rate"
In 2007, an average of 14.1 girls per 1000 girls aged 15-19 have a teen pregnancy in Canada.
Not Taking Birth control
Birth control pills are daily pills that contain hormones that prevent pregnancy by preventing the eggs from leaving the ovaries or by making cervical mucus thicker.
Using a Broken Condom
It is important to store condoms properly (away from heat, oils, or chemicals) to reduce the risk of having the condom broken.
A broken condom, is
Not Taking Plan B, or the Day After Pill
Plan B is an emergency contraceptive that is used within the first 72 hours of unprotected sex.
Teen pregnancies ultimately affect the parents of the child, because of the time the child's parents must invest in their baby.
however, families and friends are also affected by teen pregnancies
Signs of Pregnancy
Late or missed period
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