“METHODS ON HOW TO LESSEN THE RAPID
INCREASE OF TEENAGE IN OLONGAPO IN OUR
Teenage Preganancy and teenage motherhood are a cause for concern worldwide. From a historical point
of view, teenage pregnancies are nothing new. For much of human history, it was absolutely common that girls
married during their late adolescence and experienced first birth during their second decade of life. This kind of
reproductive behavior was socially desired and considered as normal. Nowadays, however, the prevention of
teenage pregnancies and teenage motherhood is a priority for public health in nearly all developed and
increasingly in developing countries. For a long time, teenage pregnancies were associated with severe
medical problems; however, most of data supporting this viewpoint have been collected some decades ago
and reflect mainly the situation of per se socially disadvantaged teenage mothers. According to more recent
studies, teenage pregnancies are not per se risky ones. A clear risk group are extremely young teenage
mothers (Younger than 15 years old) who are confronted with various medical risks, such as preeclampsia,
preterm labor, and small for gestational age newborns but also marked social disadvantage, such as poverty,
unemployment, low educational level, and single parenting. In the present study,Three time-varying
covariates between birth and age 13 for the younger sister were included in the study- mental health
conditions, residential mobility, and family structure change. These variables can occur at specific points in
time and the timing of their occurrence can differ across individuals. Mental health is defined using the Johns
Hopkins University Adjusted Clinical Group (ACG) software; this software groups medical and hospital
diagnoses over the course of a year into 27 MAJOR EXPANDED DIAGNOSTIC CLUSTERS (MEDCs).The
prevalence and outcome of teenage pregnancies OLONGAPO are focused on.
Teenage births result in health consequences; children are more likely to be born pre-term, have lower birth
weight, and higher neonatal mortality, while mothers experience greater rates of post-partum depression and
are less likely to initiate breastfeeding. Teenage mothers are less likely to complete high school, are more
likely to live in poverty, and have children who frequently experience health and developmental
problems.Understanding the risk factors for teenage pregnancy is a prerequisite for reducing rates of teenage
motherhood. Various social and biological factors influence the odds of teenage pregnancy; these include
exposure to adversity during childhood and adolescence, a family history of teenage pregnancy, conduct and
attention problems, family instability, and low educational achievement.
Legal bases of the study
Educating the youth about sexual and reproductive health, even in non- formal education settings,
and normalizing respectful dialogue on the topic. Providing right- based measures to help pregnant
girls and young mothers continue and finish their education. Creating vocational training
Paradigm of the conceptual framework
Early pregnancies among adolescents have major health consequences for adolescents mothers and
their babies. Pregnancy and childbirth complications are the leading cause of death among girls age
15 – 19 years globally, with low- and middle- income countries accounting for 99% Of global
maternal death of women age 15 – 49 years. Adolescent mothers age 10 – 19 years face higher and
risk of eclampsia, puerperal endometritis are systemic infection than women age 20 – 24 years.
Additional, some 3.9 million unsafe abortions among girls age 15 – 19 years occur each year,
contributing to maternal mortality morbidity and lasting health problem.
Short discussion of the paradigm
There are more than 16.5 million Filipinos are impregnated from age 15 – 24. 30% of the babies
born are from this group. Before becoming 20years old, 25% are already pregnant. Many young
mothers have fallen to depression during and after pregnancy. Some fell into the abyss and got
addicted to illegal drugs. When impregnated teenage girl decides to abort the baby, they may suffer
some health complications such as internal bleeding in the womb, and developing cancer in the
womb, and some even died in the process and after the process. Many impregnated teenage girl
have been pulled away from education because of pregnancy and mostly doesn’t have job to
support their child’s growth.
Statement of the Problem
Given the pandemic’s drastic impact on everyone’s daily lives, students at CC TVL-ICT 12 had
noticed a significant increase in their teen pregnancy rate. Such circumstances exposed the early
mothers to a slew of productivity-related issues, which proved to be a major impediment to their
success. Overcome on what was thought to be easy for them prior to the start of the activity.
1. What are the main factors that prolong the increastion of teenage pregnancy rates among
Youth in Olongapo City?
2. How did the youth of Olongapo City managed to condition themselves subconsciously
within negative bad habits within:
2.1 Alcohol addiction;and
2.2 Significant changes in life style caused by watching rated 18 videos.
3. What intervention methods can be used for reducing the rates of early motherhood among
Youth in Olongapo City with regards to:
3.1 Change of conditioned habits.
Significance of the Study
This study aims to thoroughly examine the details regarding the concept of
Early motherhood who considered as form of “bad decision” from the current
activity that they’re doing, and how the factors caused by the pandemic had a direct influence on
the increased rate of teenage pregnancy among youth in Olongapo City. With the data examined
from the students, the researchers will have enough data to create an intervention method that
may lower the rate of early motherhood among youths, and can offer a healthy routine in which
students may condition themselves to get used to the new healthy productive habit.
There is no significant relationship between teenage pregnancy and using contraceptives.
There is a significant relationship between teenage pregnancy and using contraceptives.