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Adolescent Pregnancy and Prenatal Care (Carolina Biology Readers)

Karen Poirier-Brode

Adolescent Pregnancy and Prenatal Care (Carolina Biology Readers)

by Karen Poirier-Brode

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Carolina Biological Supply Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pregnancy & Childbirth,
  • Materno-fetal medicine,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Child Care/Parenting

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11300216M
    ISBN 100892783486
    ISBN 109780892783489
    OCLC/WorldCa17411864

      Make an appointment with your health care provider after you find out you are pregnant. Talk with your provider about your options for abortion, adoption, or keeping the baby. If you decide to continue the pregnancy, it is important to have good prenatal care. Prenatal care will help you stay healthy and ensure you have a healthy baby. Such care may improve infant health outcomes, decrease the likelihood of suboptimal prenatal care, improve prenatal knowledge, increase satisfaction with care, and increase breastfeeding initiation. 40 – 42 Family and social support systems are essential for favorable outcomes for young adolescent parents and their infants. 43 Pediatricians.

      But, prenatal care is an important part of maintaining a healthy pregnancy, as well as staying generally healthy as a woman. What do expectant teen moms need to know about prenatal care? Statistically, pregnant teens are the most unlikely group of all pregnant women to receive regular prenatal care. Prenatal care: 1st trimester visits. Pregnancy and prenatal care go hand in hand. During the first trimester, prenatal care includes blood tests, a physical exam, conversations about lifestyle and more. By Mayo Clinic Staff.

    The Teen and Pregnant Program provides care for pregnant women up age 21 1/2 in a teen-friendly environment. A team of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers and dietitians help prepare the patient and family for a healthy pregnancy. Nursing Care of the Pregnant Adolescent Antepartum Care of Adolescents. During the first prenatal visit, the teen should be welcomed and praised for seeking prenatal care. Knowledge of the adolescent’s individual needs, cultural preferences, and developmental level is essential in planning effective prenatal care and education. Teaching.


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Adolescent Pregnancy and Prenatal Care (Carolina Biology Readers) by Karen Poirier-Brode Download PDF EPUB FB2

Therefore, prenatal care, including childbirth education designed for the typical population, is unlikely to best serve the needs of the pregnant adolescent. Although the rate of pregnancy and birth among adolescents in the United States has been declining, the numbers remain by: 4.

Encourage your teen to: Seek prenatal care. During pregnancy, regular prenatal visits can help your teen's health care provider monitor your teen's health and the baby's health. Teens might need specialized prenatal care. Get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). If your teen has an STI, treatment is essential.

Eat a healthy diet. Adolescent pregnancy and prenatal care. [Karen Poirier-Brode; J J Head] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Karen Poirier-Brode; J J Head.

Find more information about: ISBN: Pregnancy care consists of prenatal (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) healthcare for expectant mothers. It involves treatments and trainings to ensure a healthy prepregnancy, pregnancy Author: Robin Madell.

Getting proper prenatal care during the first trimester of pregnancy is helpful in having a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby. If unplanned pregnancy or unexpected pregnancy occurs teens are less likely to get prenatal care. Keep reading for tips on getting prenatal care for pregnant teens.

Contributing to this decline are increases in the proportion of teens who have never had sex, combined with increases in contraceptive use among sexually active teens. 1,2 As a health care provider, you play a critical role in further reducing teen pregnancy rates through the care you provide to your adolescent.

Studies have shown that experiencing less social isolation has been associated with improved outcomes for adolescent mothers.6, 14 Moreover, increasing adolescent participation in prenatal care and providing information about pregnancy, labor, birth, and parenting have been viewed as essential for any adolescent pregnancy program.

Pregnancy and Childbirth: A Goal Oriented Guide to Prenatal Care is based on the VA/DoD Management of Pregnancy Clinical Practice Guide has been expanded to include evidence-based research recommendations for prenatal care for all pregnant women receiving care in the DoD and VA healthcare systems.

It also addresses several minor or common complications of pregnancy. Pregnant teens are at risk of not getting the right prenatal care, especially if they don't have support from their parents.

Prenatal care is critical, especially in the first months of pregnancy. Prenatal care programs for adolescent mothers need to improve pregnancy outcomes and support the adolescent mother's own health and development.

The objective of this paper is to examine the effect of a prenatal care intervention on low birth weight, repeat pregnancy, and educational and employment outcomes for adolescent mothers.

Journal of Adolescent Health Supplement: Implementing Community-Wide Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiatives external icon; Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes (PSBA-GTO) CDC Contraceptive Guidance for Health Care Providers.

Teenage pregnancy occurs in a woman 19 years of age or younger. A woman can get pregnant if she has vaginal sex with a man at any age after. Prenatal care. Giving your baby the best start in life.

You can start taking care of your baby while you’re pregnant. It’s called prenatal care. And getting started is easy. Just follow these simple tips. Listen to your doctor. You should see your doctor as.

soon as you ind. out you’re pregnant. Health care providers should adapt their prenatal care for adolescents and offer multidisciplinary care that is easily accessible to the adolescent early in the pregnancy, recognizing that adolescents often present to care later than their adult counterparts.

A model that provides an opportunity. There are lots of places to go for pregnancy care. Some clinics and Planned Parenthood health centers can give you low-cost or free prenatal care. Make an appointment with a doctor, midwife, or nurse for your care during pregnancy.

Some people just go to their regular family doctor or obstetrician. The adolescent should be encouraged to continue with her prenatal visits, especially if she sought for prenatal care late in her pregnancy because she is protecting the pregnancy. If a parent accompanies their child, ask them separately about their concerns regarding their daughter, as they may be anxious too about hr health during pregnancy.

A woman can get support throughout pregnancy and her baby’s first year with text messages on topics such as prenatal care, baby health, parenting, and more. Different texts go out to pregnant females, parenting mothers, partners, friends or relatives of an expecting or new mother, and health care providers or other stakeholders.

Provide counseling to a young, pregnant adolescent. Understand issues of confidentiality as they pertain to adolescents. List risk factors for adolescent pregnancy. Understand some primary prevention strategies for teen pregnancy.

Overview of Adolescent Pregnancy Case: A 14 year old female comes to the clinic for a missed period. The Teen and Pregnant Program (TaP) at Nationwide Children’s provides pregnant young women (up to age 21 ½), and their families, competent prenatal care, education and support to achieve better birth outcomes.

TaP empowers young, pregnant teens by giving them the tools to have healthy pregnancies, have healthy babies and be great parents. Adolescent pregnancy Prenatal care Access to care Recommended articles Citing articles (0) This work was supported by the Craig-Dalsimer Fund in Adolescent Medicine, the SmithKline Beecham Medical Perspectives Fellowship, the National Institute of Mental Health Training Grant (#MH), and the Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation.

Written by pregnancy experts at the Mayo Clinic, which treats more thanpatients a year, the book is full of useful information without being intimidating or dense. With excellent illustration and charts, features include week-by-week information about your baby’s growth, as well as month-by-month updates on your changing body over.

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The Pregnancy Calendar: Your Guide to Prenatal Care and Fetal DevelopmentReviews: Prenatal Services. Care for pregnant women, may include labour and delivery. May include care for pregnant women who are having problems related to pregnancy.

For other high risk pregnancy services see Specialized Clinical Services. Adolescent Pregnancy Clinic; Labour and Delivery; Postpartum: Obstetrics / Newborn; Postpartum Unit; Community.