Posted November 08, 2018 12:38:07 When a girl wants to get pregnant, she’s likely to have a lot of different factors to consider, but the key is to be as careful as possible, according to a new report.
Key points:The key to spotting a girl who’s pregnant is to ask her questions about her life and familyThe risk of pregnancy is much lower in girls who have a happy and healthy relationship with their parents”I think the key thing to look for is if she has been around a lot, whether she’s been in a lot more trouble, whether her friends have been doing drugs or been getting in trouble, because she could be thinking about that all the time,” Dr Helen McAllister, of the Royal Children’s Hospital, told News Corp.
The key is that if you see any signs of problems in the girl, and you ask her a question about it, you’ll be less likely to get her pregnant.
If you do get pregnant while the girl is in a relationship, she might not want to have children and you could end up having to have an abortion, Dr McAllisters said.
“It’s very important that you do a thorough job of looking at what she’s told about her parents, about her upbringing, what kind of relationship she’s had and what her outlook is on it,” she said.
The riskiest of these is with younger girls, who are more likely to be in an abusive relationship.
The research suggests that even when the risk is low, there’s still a good chance of getting pregnant if you’re asked about her history, but don’t go overboard and ask too many questions.
“We think that if a girl is asked about something that has been on her mind all of her life, you could very easily get her thinking about it and it could put you in a situation where you don’t know how to deal with that,” Dr McAtallisters said.
“You have to be very careful about asking too many sensitive questions, because if you ask too much you could cause the baby to be put at risk.”
While asking about your own history, the key to being sure you’re not pregnant is being very careful, Dr MacAllisters advised.
“If she’s not been in the same relationship for 10 or 15 years, it’s important to be really careful about saying anything like, ‘Oh, you have a boyfriend’ or ‘You had a girlfriend’,” she said.
“And if she’s having a relationship with someone who’s very supportive, but has a very difficult time communicating, or she’s getting into trouble, then you need to be careful, too.”
You don’t want to start asking questions, Dr Lea said, unless you really want to get into an argument.
You should also be careful to avoid talking about her past or her past relationships, she said, because you might have someone else who’s been exposed to that information.
“You should never talk about the pregnancy in a way that will embarrass her, but you can talk about what she was doing before she got pregnant, Dr Mack said.
You shouldn’t make assumptions about what the girl will do if you start talking about it.”
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