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    Teen Pregnancy Directory

    Teen pregnancies may be prevalent for a variety of reasons, but one major problem is lack of medical care for these teens. Teen moms need vitamins, tests, and exams to keep the baby and mother safe and healthy. Teens are at a higher risk of having a premature birth, a low-birth-weight baby, and more. Teens who are pregnant should ask for emotional support and be sure to get the nutrition and health care needed for a safe pregnancy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about teen pregnancies, medical needs, causes and factors, and much more.

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