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    3 d care of pregnancy and childbirth in young people 3 d care of pregnancy and childbirth in young people Presentation Transcript

    • CARE OF PREGNANCY ANDCHILDBIRTH IN YOUNG PEOPLE
    • Aim of the sessionTo provide an overview of the unit including the objectives
    • Unit objectives• Discuss how common pregnancy is in adolescents• List the factors that influence pregnancy and child birth in adolescents• Identify the risks associated with pregnancy and childbirth in adolescents and how they differ from those in older women.• Discuss issues relating to the care of the adolescent during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum.• Identify ways to address the main issues of pregnancy care in adolescence
    • How common is Pregnancy and Childbirth amongst Adolescents?Aim of the sessionTo discuss how common pregnancy is in adolescents within the region and the country
    • Factors influencing Pregnancy and Child Birth in AdolescentsAim of the sessionTo examine the different factors that influence pregnancy and child birth in adolescents
    • • 1. Why is there such a range of different birth rates among adolescents in different parts of the country (urban vs. rural areas, regional)?• 2. Discuss factors contributing to pregnancy in adolescents – Biological factors – Socio-cultural factors – Service delivery factors
    • Biological, Socio-Cultural and Service related factors in pregnancy and child birth in adolescentsBiological, Socio-cultural and Service related factors in pregnancy and child birth in• The declining age of menarche• Early initiation of sex in pregnancy and child birth in adolescent• Norms and traditions – Early marriage – Pressure to have children upon marriage• Changing circumstances of young people – Premarital sexual activity – Use of alcohol and other substances• Vulnerability of young people • Sexual coercion • Socioeconomic factors and childbirth amongst adolescents• Lack of access to sexual and reproductive health information and education• Lack of access to contraceptive information and services• Lack of services for safe termination of pregnancy
    • Consequences: Why is Adolescent Pregnancy and Childbirth Risky?Aim of the sessionTo identify the reasons why pregnancy and childbirth carry more risks in adolescents than they do in adults.
    • • Pregnancy in adolescence carries a greater risk for both the mother and her baby• Maternal and perinatal mortality among young people compared to adults• Antenatal complications that are common in young people• Complications during labour and delivery• Postpartum problems that can affect both the adolescent mother and her baby• Risks to the unborn / newborn child• Social and economic costs
    • Caring for the Pregnant Adolescent: The Critical FactorsAim of the sessionTo discuss the critical aspects of caring for adolescents throughout pregnancy, labour and delivery, and the postpartum period.
    • The Critical aspects in Caring for the Pregnant Adolescent• Antenatal period (including PMTCT)• Labor and delivery period• Postpartum care
    • Care of Adolescent Pregnancy and Childbirth• Pregnancy in adolescents is not uncommon• Many factors contribute to adolescent pregnancy• Adolescents have higher maternal mortality than adults• Their offspring also have higher mortality.• Many of the complications during pregnancy and delivery have worse outcomes in adolescents.• There are important issues for health-care providers to be aware of in caring for adolescents throughout pregnancy, labor, delivery and the postpartum period.• Promoting safe pregnancy and childbearing in adolescence requires concerted actions beyond the health sector. Three key actions in relation to this are increasing girls access to education and job opportunities, enhancing their status of women and girls in society, and improving their nutritional status