Actually, quite good. 14 year olds are having babies all over the world, and have been having them for thousands of years. There are some difficulties that are more common at a young age(like a pelvic incompatibility, i.e. the baby is too big for the girl's small pelvis - which means a Caesarian section is required) but these are generally minor or uncommon. Make sure the mother gets good nutrition (vitamin supplements etc) and regular Gynecologist checkups during the pregnancy.
Diabetes is not contagious!
The odds of that happening are one in a million
1 out of 365 These odds improve if she has sex and gets pregnant about 3 months after her birthday.
The odds of me being pregnant are 0 as I am male.
Isn't clear what you want the pills for. For abortion, you have to seea doctor. For keeping mom and baby healthy, there are plenty of food supplements, folic acid and whatnot that you can take to improve your odds.
The odds would be low, but that could get you pregnant.
The odds would be against it, but it could happen.
The odds are u are pregnant!
well the odds are not very high but it dose not mean it will happen again The odds will increase with the woman's age, the older she is when pregnant the higher the risk. it has been proven that most babies born with Down's syndrome , the mother was over 40.
You can get pregnant after stopping Depo Provera. Prenatal vitamins don't increase the risk of pregnancy, they just increase the odds of a healthy pregnancy.
The odds of getting pregnant are actually quite high, probably approaching the odds of getting pregnant without using any contraceptive method over a period of time.
No, prenatal pills increase the odds of a healthy pregnancy, but don't increase fertility.
The odds would be overwhelmingly against it.
I would say good, especially if you ovulated.
See your doctor immediately. Yes the baby of a pregnant woman can get HIV. However, it is also possible to greatly reduce the odds of the baby getting HIV if the mother is on anti HIV medicine during her pregnancy. Also, your doctor may recommend you do not breast-feed your baby.
The odds of becoming pregnant with quadruplets is 1 in 571,787. The odds increase depending on age, and if fertility treatments were used to conceive.
No the odds would be a bout a billion to one against.
Unlike women who have a limited amount of fertile time healthy men are fertile from puberty until the end of their lives.
A pap smear does not change the odds of getting pregnant.
the odds of giving birth to a baby with Angelman Syndrome is estimated at 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 30,000.
You should really ask your doctor about this. The doctor would be able to tell you because they know your past pregnancies or misscarriages (if any) as well as how healthy you and the baby are right now. Don't worry. Good luck and God Bless:) After 8 weeks pregnant the chances of a miscarriage fall considerably.
If you keep using it the odds are pretty good that you will become pregnant,