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Teenage Pregnancy-Its Impact on Maternal and Fetal Outcome

@inproceedings{Yasmin2014TeenagePI,
  title={Teenage Pregnancy-Its Impact on Maternal and Fetal Outcome},
  author={Gazala Yasmin and Aruna Kumar and Bharti Parihar},
  year={2014}
}
Background: Teenage pregnancy rates varies vastly between different countries and different regions within a country. Such pregnancies are seen mostly amongst the poorer and less educated sections of the society. In developed countries majority of teenage pregnancies occur to unmarried girls unlike developing countries including India where teenage pregnancies occur to married girls and are associated with early marriages. Aim & Objectives: This study aimed to fi nd the incidence and to… 
A Study on Teenage Pregnancy and its Maternal and Fetal Outcome
Background: Teenage pregnancy rates varies vastly between different countries and different regions within a country. Such pregnancies are seen mostly amongst the poorer and less educated sections of
A Study on Teenage Pregnancy and its Maternal and Fetal Outcome
Background: Teenage pregnancy rates varies vastly between different countries and different regions within a country. Such pregnancies are seen mostly amongst the poorer and less educated sections of
An analytic study on maternal and fetal complications as the pregnancy outcome in teenage pregnancy
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TLDR
Teenage pregnancy should be discouraged as it leads to increased maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality and can be prevented by proper sex education, literacy, use of contraceptives and proper antenatal care.
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Analytical study of adolescent pregnancies at a tertiary care centre
TLDR
Good antenatal care may reduce complications of teenage pregnancy and sex education should be a part of the school curriculum, as early childbearing increases the risks for both mothers and their newborns.
Prevalence and outcome of teenage pregnancy among attendants of labour room in Bassion general hospital-Egypt (cross section study)
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Factors contributing to the high teen pregnancy rate in developing countries are overlapping such as; traditional, behavioral, socio-economical, educational and religious ones, and it seems that poverty and low socio economic status are the most prevalent factors.
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