Friday, February 23, 2018

Pregnancy 14 to 22 Years

The central nervous system of a human body does not mature until around 22 years of age.  Until a human body is fully developed it should not be expected to carry a growing, demanding fetus.

Sure, teens get pregnant but to carry a fetus to full term adds stress on your central nervous system.  The extra weight is very hard on the undeveloped skeleton of a girl who is also still growing. A growing fetus will rob needed calcium from her bones and teeth. 

A young girl will have small hips, too small to stretch and widen during child birth so doctors will demand she have a Cesarean section.   Cesareans are planned in advance of the anticipated due date which doesn't give the fetus a chance to complete development.  Cesarean is major surgery which severs muscle and tissue. Not a good way to start a young woman's life.

Before pregnancy, you should be fully prepared to accept responsibility for the care and raising of an infant.  The world has too many people to sustain a quality of life for everyone.  Don't add to the problem especially if you aren't prepared to do all the work necessary to raise your offspring.  Don't think adoption.  Most children aren't adopted. 

  • Are you in a stable marriage?
  • Are you mature
  • Do you have family support such as a mother and father?
  • Over 22 years of age?
  • Do you a college education?
  • Do you have a high paying job?
  • Are you well educated in child development, child rearing and care?
  • Do you have experience in raising children?
  • Have you taken care of infants?
  • Do you own your own home?
  • Do you have a savings account?
  • Do you have the means to start a college education account for your offspring?
  • Do you have medical insurance?
  • Are you both free of diseases, medical complications and genetic defects?
  • Does your company have a bright future?
  • Will one parent, preferably the mother, be able to stay home to raise the child?

Do not become pregnant if you:

  • Plan to survive on welfare, food stamps, government housing, electric subsidy, or any form of government assistance.
  • Dropped out of school.
  • Didn't graduate from high school or complete a GED
  • Will raise the child in a violent home.
  • Lack a college level education or trade school degree.
  • Are not in a stable marriage or long term commitment.
  • Need tuition help
  • Expect financial help from your parents
  • Plan to rely on child support from an absent father
  • Will depend on a baby sitter to raise your child while you go to school or work
  • Don't own your own home.
  • Live in an apartment.
  • Have any long term health issues
  • Have AID/HIV or other serious life threatening illnesses
  • Have genetic defects that may be passed on to your child
  • Expect the government to support your child
  • Expect someone else to support your child
  • Plan on adopting your child out

If you are under 18 you are too young for marriage, birthing or a committed relationship.  Expereince dating, traveling and having fun.

  • Abstinence is the only 100% pregnancy control
  • Tubular ligation or vasectomy is the next most reliable

Pregnancy Prevention Options

  • Condoms
  • Creams
  • Lotions
  • Birth control pills
  • Morning after pills
  • IUD
  • Implants

Poor Birth Control Options

  • Abortion (there are plenty of good pregnancy control options.  Abortions should be the very last resort)
  • Adoption (How does the give-away infant feel?  Like a puppy at the pound?)

The earth has too many people.  Don't breed up more you can't take care of properly.



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