Results 1 - 7 of 7 for teenage pregnancy
  1. Yes. Teenage pregnancies are riskier than pregnancies in women who are older. This is partly because a teenager's body is ...
  2. ... of age. Some children have survived to the teenage years, but with serious medical and developmental problems.
  3. ... develop body image problems as they enter their teenage years. A social worker or psychologist can help them adapt to life with OI.
  4. Puberty and the teenage years are a time of change. Your child may ... to resist alcohol if it seems like everyone else is trying it.
  5. ... 20s or 30s. However, it may also affect teenage girls. The symptoms often begin when a girl's periods start. Women with this disorder often have a mother or sister who has similar symptoms.
  6. ... childhood. Milder forms may be diagnosed during the teenage ... defective X gene from each parent in order to have the disease.
  7. ... These may be related to puberty, menstrual periods, pregnancy, ... to acne in some people, but this connection is controversial.