Child devlopment

this is about the concepts of making a family.

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Planning to have a family

The factors of starting a family are finances, house size, own career, or education plans are they ready or other plans like travel.

what does contraception mean? Against conceiving. Ways of preventing pregnancy.


How does reglious beliefs affect choice about contraception ?  Some religions and particularly the Catholic church have strong moral views about contraception.

 Methods of contraception? Abstention, the pill, male and female condoms, implants injections, the coil.

What form of contraception also gives protection against sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS? The condom   How often does a woman usually release an egg.? Every 28 days.   When do fertile days usually occur?  Between the 14th and 21st days.   what is the egg now called once the egg has been conceived? An embryo.   where is the egg now implanted?  In the lining of the womb   what sperm disorders may the man have?  Inactive sperm or low sperm count   Name two other reasons why a couple may not be able to have children? Injury or illness to the man, blocked fallopian tubes, failure to ovulate.   what other lifestyle or environmental reasons are there for infertility? Stress, pollution, tight underwear that make the testes too warm.   what does IVF stand for?  In Vitro Fertilisation   What happens in this method? Sperm is taken from the man and an egg or eggs from the woman and fertilised in the laboratory. They are then implanted into the womb.  What is surrogacy? When a couples fertilised egg is implanted into the womb of another womb to give birth to.     What is genetic counselling? Counselling to assess the risk of a baby being born with an inherited condition.

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Catrina Lee


is it just me or is it that you cant read the rest of the writing because it wont let you..... ** :)



i cant read the rest aswell

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