Introduction: Teenage pregnancy is an issue that needs to be addressed for a better health of the women and the society. The present analysis is undertaken to find out the incidence of teenage mothers who have had hospital delivery and focuses upon the various reasons for teenage pregnancy with a brief discussion upon the associated medicolegal and social aspects. Methods: A cross sectional study was carried out in a tertiary hospital in western region of Nepal.
To determine pregnancy and delivery outcomes among teenagers. Materials and Methods. An 8-year retrospective comparative hospital-based cohort study is analysing singleton pregnancy comorbidities and delivery parameters of a teenage group under the age of 20 compared with a young adult group 20—24 years of age in a university hospital.
Inthe teen pregnancy rate reached a new low. It declined by 63 percent from tofrom to 43 pregnancies per 1, females ages 15 to 19—the lowest rate reported since estimates began in Among females younger than 15, there was a 78 percent decline from to from 3.
Washington, D. Articles in this open-access supplement discuss the measurable impacts of sexual health education and unintended pregnancy prevention programming, reducing disparities in adolescent pregnancy and engaging new and more populations in prevention efforts. The issue also includes several editorials drawing on field research and lessons learned in-practice that discuss supporting vulnerable youth, reducing disparities in adolescent pregnancy, ethnicity and acculturation in sexual health communication, contraceptives and engaging young men in prevention efforts.
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A pregnancy can take place at any time before or after puberty. Adolescent pregnancy is defined as pregnancy under the age of 20 years. It is a problem in both developed and developing country.
Teenage pregnancy is a major public health problem in the country. The likely increase in teenage pregnancy. Factors affecting that resulted in teenage pregnancy, such as the age when teens enter puberty, family environment, sexual attitude, knowledge about contraception, society and culture, drinking alcohol and substance abuse.
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Prior studies on intergenerational teen pregnancy between mother and daughter were largely limited to livebirths. Objectives and Approach To estimate the odds of intergenerational teenage pregnancy, and whether there is a coupling tendency between mother and daughter in how their teen pregnancies end, such as induced abortion IA vs. A cohort study was conducted in Ontario, Canada among 15, mothers and their 16, daughters. The mother and her daughter were each assessed, between ages years, for the number and nature of teenage pregnancy.