Lo 1 understand reproduction,  roles and responsibilities of parent hood 

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    • roles and responsibilities of parenthood
      • financial care
      • love
      • Physical care
      • food
      • support
      • shelter
      • guidence
      • clothing
      • socialism
      • Provide an environment that is SAFE.
    • Decisions to have a baby
      • Social life
      • age
      • cost of equipment
      • relationship with partner
      • current home
      • home lifestyle
      • job prospect
      • financial implication
      • career implication
      • genetic counselling
    • pre  conception health
      • Reduce maternal and child mortality
      • Prevent unintended pregnancies
      • Prevent complications during pregnancy and delivery
      • Prevent stillbirths, preterm birth and low birth weight
      • Prevent birth defects
      • Prevent neonatal infections
      • Prevent underweight and stunting
      • Prevent vertical transmission of HIV/STIs
      • Lower the risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease later in life
      • Lower the risk of some forms of childhood cancers
      • Exercise
      • No smoking, alcoholor drugs
      • Diet
      • Healthy weight
      • Folic acid
    • Contraception
      • Withdrawal Method – The withdrawal of the penis from the vagina before the man has ejaculated. This is not very reliable.
      • Rhythm Method – When a couple abstain from sexual intercourse on the days when she is most fertile.
      • Male Condom - The male condom is the only method of contraception boys can use. It's really just a rubber tube. It's closed at one end like the finger of a glove so that when a boy puts it over his penis it stops the sperm going inside a girl's body
      • Diaphragms and caps fit inside the vagina and cover the cervix (entrance to the womb). They are barrier methods of contraception and stop sperm meeting an egg.
      • Contraceptive Pill – It is a pill which the girl takes daily. It contains hormones which prevent pregnancy
      • Contraceptive Patch - It's a thin, beige, sticky patch measuring 5cm x 5cm. It contains the same hormones as the combined pill: oestrogen and progestogen.
      • Contraceptive Implant - The contraceptive implant is a small, flexible tube that's inserted under the skin in the upper arm. It slowly releases a hormone called progestogen and works for three years.
      • Contraceptive Injection - The contraceptive injection contains a hormone called progesterone and is a long-term method of contraception. It's injected into a muscle and the hormone is released very slowly into the body.
      • Female Condom - The female condom is afairly new barrier method. It is not aswidely available as the male condom and itis more expensive. It is however veryuseful when the man either will not, orcannot use a male condom.
      • ‘The IUD’ – which stands for ‘intra-uterine device.’Most IUDs are now T-shaped. They’re made of plasticand copper, sometimes with a little silver inside.They prevent your partner’s sperms from gettingthrough your womb and into your tubesThey alter the secretions (mucus) in your cervix, socreating a further barrier for spermsThey affect your womb lining – making it lesslikely to ‘accept’ an egg.
    • sighs and symptoms of pregnancy
      • Missed period
      • Constipation
      • The need to ‘wee’
      • Feeling dizzy or faint
      • Tender breasts
      • Vaginal discharge
      • Metallic taste in mouth
      • Sudden dis-like oraversion to previouslyliked foods
      • Nausea or vomiting (notalways in the morning)
      • Morning sickness
      • Heart burn
      • Varicose veins


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