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Childcare Revision
What is meant by `nuclear' family and how is it different to a
`extended' family?

A nuclear family is two parents together living with their
child/children it is different to extended because it is only the
immediate family whereas they have…

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have independent career's and even some fathers now choose to
stay at home and look after the children and now many children
are born into one parent families.



Bad reasons for having a baby are because of peer pressure,
family pressure, you feel…

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The woman's vagina is where ejaculated sperm goes.

Fertilisation takes place in the fallopian tube.

The ovaries are where eggs are produced.

The uterus is the womb and this is where the baby grows during
pregnancy.

The endometrium is the lining of the…

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sexual intercourse and also the man has to quickly remove his
penis soon after he ejaculates to prevent sperm leaking out.



The least effective method of barrier contraceptive is the
Diaphragm as it is only 92-96% effective.

The pill, injections, implants and IUS…

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In the female sterilisation operations the fallopian tubes are
cut or tide so the eggs can't move down into the uterus.



In the male sterilisation operation the sperm duct is cut .

Things woman can do to increase the chance of having a…

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high up in the fallopian tube because a unfertilised egg only
survives for a day. 3. The sperm reaches the egg but only one
gets in. 4. The egg membrane changed to stop anymore sperm
getting in. 5. The Egg + Sperm=Zygote. 6.…

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