Losing your childhood, missing prom, missing graduation, not having a good enough job and sponging off other people. Never thinking of yourself anymore and always thinking about the baby and what they need. Missing college, always having low paying jobs because of it. Not being able to chase your own dreams, daycare is expensive and you can't get a good job, so all your money goes to daycare. Not being able to afford food and clothing for the baby.
-Instead of enjoying parties, pep rallies, etc you will probably be spending your time working to pay for food/medical bills, etc - The loss of education (many teens drop out and choose to work and don't graduate high school or college) - Risk of health problems due to pregnancy -Not having the funds to feed or clothe your baby -Loss of friends and family because they are too embarrassed or concerned that you are a bad influence -Loss of your boyfriend because he isn't ready to be a dad -Financial ruin (teens don't usually have their own insurance &if your guardian doesn't you can be looking at thousands in medical bills from just the baby's delivery...not including a hospital stay or prenatal care) -The risk of you contracting a sexually transmitted disease (many of which have no cure and can be fatal) since you are having unprotected sex -Cutting short not only your opportunities in life down but your future baby's opportunities down significantly (you don't have enough money so you can't send your baby to a good school or provide him with extracurricular opportunities...you start a depressing circle of disappointment).
I believe that sex education in schools must be mandatory. Schools can use projects such as a decorated egg to show teens the responsibility a baby is. Teens must be educated to understand that a "cuddly baby is something every girl wants." Art projects, peer education ( from girls who've been there ) can help prevent future teen pregnancies.