conversation and situation. 1.When was your last menstrual cycle? 2.Was this a planned pregnancy? 3.Have you had any previous pregnancies? 4.What is your current outlook on this pregnancy? 5.How many sex partners have you had? 6.Do you drink alcohol, smoke, or do recreational drugs? If so, how often? 7.Do you have a good relationship with your parents? 8.Have you ever been ‘in care’ or a ‘looked after child’? 9.How does your parents feel about you being pregnant? 10. Do you think your parents will support you? 11. How are you doing in school? 12. Do you have any questions for me?
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