Dr Rakhshan Saeed, Dr Hamna Shahab, Dr Arooj Khalid
Introduction: Despite the fact that high school pregnancy has had deprived maternal also perinatal outcomes, their extent and factors are not known with certainty. Subsequently, the purpose of our current review remained to assess the commonality and related variables of high school pregnancy in Lahore, northeastern Pakistan. Methods: The cross-sectional group-based survey was led between 520 adolescents in Lahore, northeastern Pakistan, from May 2018 to June 2019. Information was composed through an organized survey, captured and appropriately disaggregated. Odds ratios with 95 per cent certainty, provisional values and P-values were recorded using appropriate strategic relapse models to decide on the proximity and quality of the relationship among needy and autonomous factors. Results and conclusion: The ubiquity of young pregnancy in Lahore remained 29.7% (96% CI: 25.8, 33.6). Age (AOR=3.12; 96% CI: 2.56, 3.89), living conditions in the province (AOR=4.94; 96% CI: 2.21, 13.84), preventive non-use (AOR=11.63; 96% CI: 6.29, 22.37) and marital status of (separated) parents (AOR=2.99; 96% CI: 1.14, 4.94) were significantly related to high school pregnancy. End. Teenage pregnancy is very common in the zone. Age, living conditions, preventive non-use, and parental separation were considered to be critically related factually. It was unequivocally suggested that preventive use should be strengthened by focusing on the occupants of the province and demonstrating the results of separation to the network. Key words: Predominance, Issues, Adolescent Pregnancy, Upper Pakistan.