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Casey Gresh Instructor Meredith Norris Section 1421 October 21, 2008 Rough Draft Introduction Paper 2 Pregnancy is defined as the carrying of one or more offspring, known as fetus or embryo, inside the uterus of a female human. A planned pregnancy typically consists of a married couple preparing themselves for their upcoming event of childbirth and subsequent events of raising a child. Society accepts this condition as a way of increasing the population, adding into it what could potentially benefit or even lead it.
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Unformatted text preview: Teen pregnancy usually refers to women who have not reached legal adulthood, an age that varies internationally, who become pregnant. Typically, this condition is unplanned and not entirely acceptable in today’s society. Even, so teen pregnancy is becoming more and more prevalent in this country. Almost half of the total pregnancies in the United States are not planned, that is unintended. Why is this? And how does society affect the probability of teen pregnancy occurring and the results that follow?...
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