Overview of teen pregnancy prevention

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Definition of Fertilization

sperm and egg combining to produce an embryo
Typically, the sperm penetrates the egg.
The embryo moves from the ovarian tube to the uterus where it develops following fertilization.
After nine months, the developed embryo is named a child; the child is then born.
The uterus is not the only organ where the embryo can develop. In that situation, if there is no medical assistance, this results in major issues that can be fatal.

Weeks are used to measure the pregnancy period, which begins on the final day of the menstrual cycle. Pregnancy in women and girls typically lasts for 40 weeks.

Lack of menstruation for more than two months following unprotected sex is the primary indicator of pregnancy.

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When the sperm and egg come together during fertilization, an embryo is created. Lack of menstruation for more than two months following unprotected sex is the primary indicator of pregnancy.

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