Family Life & Sexuality. I have gained a better understanding of what happens after fertilization. I can identify the three stages of pregnancy and what occurs during each one. I understand the process of fetal development.
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I can identify the three stages of pregnancy and what occurs during each one.
I understand the process of fetal development.
I recognize the difficulties and challenges becoming a teenage parent would present.Objectives:
Basically, there are three stages of prenatal development:
1. Germinal Stage
2. Embryonic Stage
3. Fetal Stage
And, pregnancy is broken into three trimesters.
1st Trimester- From Fertilization through week 12
2nd Trimester- Weeks 13-27
3rd Trimester- Weeks 28-40But what happens after that?
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Labor, by definition means physical or mental exertion, especially when difficult or exhausting; work.What exactly is childbirth?
More than FOUR million babies are born each year in the United States.
The most popular day for babies to be born is Wednesday; Sunday is the least common day.
With about 1,049 male babies for every 1,000 female babies in 2006, boys are keeping the edge in a ratio that's stayed about the same over the past 60 years.
Some women deliver babies “naturally,” or without the help of pain medication.Some facts and statistics related to childbirth:
the baby, doctors and nurses perform
an examination of the baby and conduct
various tests on the baby to check
his or her wellness.
Apgar Test- a numerical measure of the physical health of a newborn infant derived by evaluating heart rate, muscle tone, respiratory effort, response to stimulation, skin color, and other physiological indicators.
Birth: Jun. 4, 2009
Death: Aug. 18, 2009
Braelyn Marie McLaughlin, daughter of Hannah McLaughlin and Taylor Elmo, passed away on Aug 18th at the U of W Medical Center. Even though she was in our lives for 75 short days, we will never forget her. She was healthy and growing to over 6 lbs when she suddenly developed respiratory problems and just could not recover. She was surrounded by her loved ones, Hannah, Heidi, Daniel, Emily, Jeremy, Logan, Jay, Jana, Tessa, Kiki, Jill, Anna, Adam, Fran Rollie. As the tears began to flow on that surreal Tuesday afternoon, she slowly drifted away in her mommy's arms. We are comforted to know that her twin sister, Mya, who passed away exactly 9 weeks earlier, would be welcoming her to heaven and in the arms of our Lord. We appreciate the kind thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.And then after all of that…
2. In 2011, a total of 329,797 babies were born to women aged 15–19 years, for a live birth rate of 31.3 per 1,000 women in this age group.1 This is a record low for U.S. teens in this age group, and a drop of 8% from 2010.
3. About 1,000,000 teens get pregnant in the United States each year. Nevada has the highest teen birth rate; 113 out of every 1,000 teens will get pregnant.
4. About 1 in 3 women become pregnant at least once before they're 20.
5. A sexually active teen who does not use contraceptives has a 90% chance of becoming pregnant within a year.
6. It affects education - only a third of teen mothers earn their high school diploma. And only 1.5% have a college degree by age 30.
8. 75% of girls and over half of boys report that girls who have sex do so because their boyfriends want them to.
9. 8 in 10 girls and 6 in 10 boys say they wish they had waited until they were older to have sex.
10. Most teens (6 in 10) and adults (3 in 4) believe that teen boys often receive the message that they are “expected to have sex.”
11. Diapers are expensive, but it's nothing compared to the $9 billion that teen pregnancy costs the United States each year. This includes increased spending in child welfare costs and public sector health care.
Gentlemen, I recognize that you will not physically carry and deliver the baby, but you are the father and it affects your partner, so share that.On the sheet provided…