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Pregnancy/ Childbirth Lesson 25
Thought for the Day- day 4 “Maturity begins to grow when you can sense your concern for others outweighing your own concerns for yourself” John MacNaughton Write a note of appreciation to someone in the class.
Test #4 A/C day –Friday 12/4 B/D day –Thursday 12/3 Relationship thru Pregnancy terms
Compare and Contrast Contraceptives 1.What is the most effective form of birth control to prevent pregnancy, with the least number of side effects? 2.What is the most effective birth control method to prevent both STD’s, HIV,and pregnancy at the same time? 3.What method would meet the needs of someone who needed to follow certain religious beliefs to prevent pregnancy? 4.What is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy? 5.What is the least effective form of birth control? 6.What role does each partner play in deciding what form of birth control should be used?
The Dice Game Roll the die six times and keep track of what number you get each roll. Each roll of the die is one incidence of sexual activity. 1in 6 chance of getting pregnant. Anyone roll a 6? You just got pregnant –How does it feel to be a teen parent? A 6 the first time? Got pregnant the first time having sex. –How does it feel to be a teen parent after having sex for the first time? More than one 6? Got pregnant more than once. –How does it feel to be a parent of more than one child?
Dice Activity con’t Did you get a number 5? –Sorry you got an STD Is there anyone who rolled the dice and never got a 5 or a 6? –Are you willing to take a chance and roll it again?
Teen Pregnancy Facts New York State (2000) – 91 pregnancies per 1,000 teenage girls aged U.S. (2000) – 84 teenage pregnancies per 1,000 teenage girls aged New York’s teen pregnancy rate has decreased 24.2% between 1992 and U.S. Teen Pregnancy Rates U.S. Teen Pregnancy Rates U.S. Teen Pregnancy Rates
Teen Pregnancy Facts Possible Health Risks for a Teen Mother: -Premature labor-Hemorrhage -Prolonged labor-Death -Miscarriage -Toxemia -High blood pressure-Anemia –Approximately 25 % of the babies born to teenage mothers are born prematurely –*Many others have low birth weight
Teen Pregnancy Facts Possible Health Risks to the Baby of a Teen Mother: -Underdeveloped organs -Bleeding in the brain -Respiratory distress syndrome -Low birth weight 40 times more likely that normal weight babies to die with in the first month of life!!
Pregnancy Vocabulary Fertilization- the joining of an egg cell and sperm cell Embryo- the rapidly dividing mass of cells formed in the first three months Placenta- an organ that provides nourishment to the embryo by absorbing nutrients and oxygen from the mother’s bloodstream. Umbilical cord- a thick cord where nutrients and oxygen are passed from the placenta to the embryo
Vocab. Con’t Amniotic sac- a protective covering filled with fluid that helps cushion the embryo from jolts and bumps. Fetus- term for the embryo from the third month until birth. Purpose is to gain weight.
Baby in a Sock Each baggie represents the growth of a baby over the nine month pregnancy. –Dot on paper3-7 days –Pea sizeRed Bead4 weeks –Walnut sizeBouncing Ball8 weeks –2 inchesBlue Yarn10 weeks –10 inchesPink Yarn20-25 weeks –20 inchesPurple Yarn30 weeks –23 inches6-10 pounds42 weeks, full term Simulation of a delivery using the baby in a sock.
If Fertilization Occurs…. Life’s Greatest Miracle NOVA Online
Parenting Moment How would a pregnancy affect your life? –Complete for Homework, due next class.
Fetal Development First Trimester (months 1,2,3) –1 st Month PlacentaAmniotic Sac
Fetal Development First Trimester con’t –2 nd Month Umbilical Cord
Fetal Development First Trimester –3 rd Month Sucking reflex Swallows Practice Breathing
Fetal Development Second Trimester (months 4,5,6)
Fetal Development Third Trimester (Months 7,8,9)
Childbirth Stage 1 –Dilation Cervix opens 0-10 centimeters Muscles of Uterus contract With 1 st child can last hours
Childbirth Stage 2 –Crowning Baby’s head appears –Episiotomy Incision to prevent tearing Stage 3 –Afterbirth Umbilical cord and placenta are delivered