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  • Orr, Tamra. "Placing Your Baby for Adoption." Teen Health and Wellness. Rosen, 2011. Web. 23 Feb. 2011. <http://www.teenhealthandwellness.com/article/265/placing-your-baby-for-adoption>.\n\n\n
  • The Candies Foundation is a website designed to educate teenagers and parents about teen pregnancy. The main message of this organization is the message “Pause before you play.” Basically the foundation offers different statistical information so viewers can make sure they pause and think about their future, and most of all pause and think if they are really ready and think about the consequences. \n
  • Each year more than 750,000 teenage girls will become pregnant in the United States. Out of all those pregnancies 78% are accidental. \n
  • 3 out of 10 girls will become pregnant at least one time in their lives by the age of twenty. Can happen to anyone that is sexually active, who is not taking the proper precautions. It can happen to girls from every background different social classes. \n
  • Becoming a parent is the number one reason why teenage girls drop out of high school. Even less of those girls will earn a college degree by the age of 30. In one year a couple who has sex without any type of protection has an 85% chance of becoming pregnant. \n
  • In most cases, 8 out of 10 fathers do not marry the mothers of their child. When thinking about teen pregnancy the focus is usually focused towards the teenage girls. Teenage fathers also plan an important role in the babies future and well being. The fathers rarely will make as much money in their lifetime as men do who wait until at least their twenties to have children. Usually a teen father will \n
  • Abstinence is the only true 100% effective way to prevent teenage pregnancy. The truth is that only 1/2 of high school teenagers are actually having sex, or have had sex at least once in their lives. Out of those half, 66% of them wish they haven’t, or claimed they weren’t ready for it. Which means that for every three people, two of them wish they hadn’t done it. \n
  • Hormonal forms of birth control work by releasing amounts of hormones into the body. These hormones prevent the women from ovulating ( releasing of an egg) If no egg is released a pregnancy can not occur. Barrier methods of birth control act as a wall to prevent sperm from ever getting a chance to reach the egg. Barrier methods can prevent STDS, for example condoms. Not all barrier methods do prevent STDs though. \n
  • If choosing to have sex with your partner, it is very important to make sure you are using protection correctly EVERY TIME. It is also very important to make sure that you discuss a form of contraceptive with your partner no matter how awkward the conversation may feel. You both have to have a clear understanding on what the plan is. \n
  • The pill is one of the most common form of contraceptives chosen by women. It works by releasing hormones such as estrogen and progestin into the body. There are hundreds of different birth control pills regulated by the FDA, all of which offer different level or hormones, because some individuals require either high or low amounts of hormones for the pill to work properly. \n
  • Male condoms are the most common form of birth control that is used. Not only do they protect pregnancy, but they are the only form of birth control that prevent sexually transmitted diseases from being spread from person to person. Since condoms come in different sizes, claiming they don’t fit is not an excuse. \n
  • Female condoms work by preventing sperm from ever reaching an egg, by serving as a wall. These condoms need to be put on before any sexual contact occurs and taken off when sexual contact is over. Both male and female condoms have expiration dates, and heat weakens the latex. its important that they are not stored in wallet, or in warm areas so they remain effective. \n
  • An IUD, also known as an Intrauterine device is a small plastic device in the shape of a “T” that is inserted into the uterus. Mirena releases a small amount of progestin wish affects a women’s ovulation. Copper T is another form of an IUD, but unlike Mirena, Copper T doesn’t contain any hormones. Since there are no hormones, the user will continue their period on a regular schedule. \n
  • Plan b is a form of an emergency contraceptive that is only supposed to be used as a “safety net.” It is only supposed to be used after unprotected sex or birth control failure. This form is not intended to be used as a regular birth control. These pills include high levels of hormones that should not be taken over and over regularly. \n
  • Another type of Emergency contraceptive. Works by blocking the effects of progesterone. Just like Plan B it needs to be taken within 5 days of unprotected sex. Unlike Plan B this pill is just as effective on day 1 as it is on day 5\n
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    • 1. TEENAGE PREGNANCY Kendra Ruth Clay
    • 2. THESISTeen Pregnancy is dramatically impacting the lives ofall Americans in the United States. The best way to befully prepared is to know about prevention, personaloptions, and finally to be aware of the true facts aboutteen pregnancy and the severe impact it can have onteenagers lives.
    • 3. Personal Relevance• why is this topic important to you?• image?
    • 4. research slides• many.... with citations on the bottom • (for info and images) • approximately 12-20 mins.
    • 5. Statistics
    • 6. Statistics
    • 7. TEENAGE FATHERS Play important role in emotional help financial help 2-7 % of male teenagers become fathers each year in the United States Worth, Richard. "Teen Fatherhood." Teen Health and Wellness. Rosen, 2011. Web. 24 Feb. 2011. <http://www.teenhealthandwellness.com/article/477/teen-fatherhood>.
    • 8. 100%effective www.candiesfoundation.orgnot everyone is “doing it”
    • 9. Hormonal Barrierprevents ovulation act as a wall Require Rx can prevent STD’s females only
    • 10. CONTRACEPTIVES use correctly every time discuss options with partner
    • 11. BIRTH CONTROL the pill should be taken same time daily 92% effective at preventing pregnancy does not prevent sexually transmitted diseaseshttp://www.stayteen.org/birth-control-101- methods
    • 12. CONDOMS Male 85% effective prevent sexually transmitted diseases come in different sizes
    • 13. CONDOMS sperm can not reach egg 79% effectivecan not be used with a male condom do not require doctor Rx
    • 14. BIRTH CONTROL Mirena five years IUD users stop periodsCopper T ten years no hormones 99% effective do not protect from sexually transmitted disease
    • 15. EMERGENCYCONTRACEPTIVES The sooner the better 17 or older available OTC
    • 16. EMERGENCYCONTRACEPTIVES Prescription Required at any Age.
    • 17. Videos?• embed videos into your slides as needed• will break up some of your info and speaking
    • 18. Application Component• describe, detail, your application component• multiple slides• use pictures, videos, etc.• approx. 8-15 mins.
    • 19. Class Activity• something creative and fun• approx. 5 mins or more
    • 20. Conclusion• what did you learn?