Doctors say the risk of anemia from the marriage of girls in 18 years - Gynecologist Dr. Sheetal Aggarwal says that it will prove to be more beneficial in terms of socio-economy than physical health. He said that after 18 years, medically girls become fit to become mothers, but there is some reduction in maturity.
On Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about considering the minimum age of marriage of girls. Doctors say that girls getting married in 18 years are at risk of many physical problems.
Gynecologist Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour says that teenage pregnancy is a major problem due to marriage at the age of 18 years. In many cases it has been observed that pelvic bone complete is not made in such girls, due to this it is difficult. There is a very high risk of anemia at this age. There is a risk of bleeding and the biggest problem is the lack of confidence in such a mother. She is not able to raise her child properly. She is financially dependent on another, due to which she does not think well about the future of her child. If 21 years of age is fixed for girls' marriage, it would be a very good step. Especially in rural areas, teenage marriages are happening even today and this is the reason why teenage pregnancy is also seen there. Read full article- https://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/metro/delhi/other-news/doctors-say-girl-marriage-in-18-years-is-at-risk-of-anemia/articleshow/77578723.cms