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The increase in teenage pregnancy is due to inadequate sexual education available for adolescents, peer pressure, alcohol or drugs and the environmental factors grown up in. Having knowledge about sex and its causes and effects may prevent teenagers on jeopardizing their life.
Ochoa - 3rd pd.
It is better to stand your ground than become a statistic.
The place and people who we grow up with have an impact on what becomes of us.
Pregnancy and birth can interfere with finishing high school or can lead to sacrificing education. The future of both the parents and the child can be affected.
Young parents are obligated to grow over night and show responsibility. Raising a child isn't an easy task.
While being sexually active you will need to take several precautions and use protection not only to prevent pregnancy , but also sexually transmitted diseases.
- The hormones released keep the eggs from leaving the ovaries , therefore preventing the sperm to be in contact with the eggs.
- Barrier device commonly used during sexual intercourse that blocks ejaculated semen from entering the body of the sexual partner.
Don't rush things !
You will miss out on a lot !
Be a kid. Don't have one !
Getting pregnant won't make him stay !
Don't become a statistic !
Babies are nothing like your dolls.
Don't ruin your childhood !
A children having a children ?
You will be forced to grow up !
Wait for the right person and the right time !
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