The actual giving birth part may not be harder but there are more risks to the mother and baby during a teen prgnancy. The younger the mother the more risk there is. At 15 a teen body has not finished growing. For example the metabolism is running at a rate that benefits the teen and not a baby so the teen must take vitamins and be very alert to their healthy food consumption. Also the pelvic area has not totally fused together. A pregnant teen also has a higher risk of high blood pressure, preclampsia, and post partum depression. It is very important to have prenatal care.
yeah it is but the nurses are either really nice and caring because your so young or total bitches
and its extremely painful
contractions feel like your back is being torn apart
raising a baby is hard non the less its really hard to balance school a job(wich you will need ) and your baby
i have to balance a baby and a job and pretty soon school and it very tiring
having a baby takes time and money from so many things but its actually something very beautiful and rewarding:)
Giving birth at any age is hard! But getting yourself ready for it makes it easier. Learn to control your breathjng, eat food with the right nutrients, do the specific exercises for helping strengthen the child-bearing muscles. Some people get it easy, the have a less painful labour and the baby comes out easily. Others can have quiet the opposite. It will be hard at 15 though because your body hasn't got all the strength as an adult will.
Giving *birth* at 15 is no harder than giving birth at an older age. However, *raising* the baby is much harder at 15 than an older age, seeing as it's not easy for a 15 year old to get a good job, car, place to live, be in a stable relationship, etc... your parents will most likely be doing most of the work to take care of the baby.
most of the work meaning financially. As well as babysitting for you to go to school. But it will be as you have a job as an adult while you are taking care of a baby, you just have less "fun" freedom time. But kids areamazing. Don't drop the reponsibilty on your parents to raise him/her! Good luck!
Womens bodies are made to carry babies and give birth. Is it hard - yes, its hard at any age. Labor is painful, exhausting, and can last hours or even days. Its worth it in the end though, or else women wouldnt keep doing it. Being a teen doesnt make it any less or more difficult.
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Personally, I couldn't tell you- but I guess it's hard, but if your sure that's what you want to do with your life, then that's your choice. Good luck x
It's no different than giving birth at 17 or 18, and as a teen mom, myself, I'll tell you - it's hard at any age.
Good luck; it will hurt as much if your 60 or 15 to be honest. Will be worth it though, well, I bloody hope so :)
i had a kid at 16 and yer it hurt it dont matter wat age u are is really dose kill
I'm in the same boat as you just a couple years older. How far gone are you?
My guess is it's going to be hard no matter what age.
Yes it is..u really have to have patience
Yaa, dude, its really hard at any age.
about 10 weeks
about 10 weeks