Adolescent gestations are a comprehensive problem that occurs in high, middle and low income countries. Around the globe, teen pregnancies are more likely to be happened in downgraded societies, generally focused by scarcity and lack of education and work opportunities. Teenage gestation remains a major provider to parental and child death and to the intergenerational phases of poor well-being and paucity. Difficulties of pregnancy and labor are the primary cause of death for girls aged between 15 to 19 worldwide; with low and middle-income countries about 99% of global parental deaths among females aged 15 to 49. Early maternity can increase the threats for infants and young moms. In low and mid income countries, children born to mothers under the age of 20 are at higher risk for low birth weight, preterm carriage and serious newborn disorders.