Semi-directed interviews with pregnant teenagers who access primary health services in Southeastern Brazil: a clinical-qualitative study.

The adolescent population is considered vulnerable in aspects related to reproduction and, therefore, teenage pregnancy and its consequences represent a public health problem in several countries. In these countries, the barriers and facilitators reported on family relations and sexuality by pregnant adolescents in vulnerable situations can be factors that threaten the health of pregnant adolescents. The perception of adolescents who become pregnant generates fundamental data to meet the needs of this vulnerable group. This study...
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