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Welcome to Teen Pregnancy Statistics
The purpose of this site is to help teens who believe they may be pregnant, and parents of adolescents who suspect their teenager may be pregnant, or becoming sexually active. Our website is designed to help educate on the statistics of teenage pregnancy and options for young mothers. Articles include prevention, sex education, abstinence, and abortion and adoption options. Get help with unexpected early pregnancy and teenage parenting.
Are you pregnant, or think your teen may be pregnant? This article compares pregnancy tests and offers information on the accuracy of the different types of pregnancy tests. Keep reading to discover how pregnancy tests work and which are the most reliable tests.
Drug Use During Pregnancy
It is common sense to know that drug use during pregnancy is bad for both the mother and baby. Yet there are about 4 percent of women in American who practice drug use during pregnancy leaving many babies with birth defects and other developmental problems.
Title X Family Planning Program
The Title X Family Planning Program has been around for over 40 years and plays a huge role in helping families get access to family planning resources as well as preventive health care for millions of low-income or uninsured families throughout the United States.
Unplanned Pregnancy Statistics
Unplanned pregnancy statistics are unfortunately on the rise among adult and teen women. However, teen pregnancy rates seem to be leveling out, according to recent unplanned pregnancy statistics. About four in 10 pregnancies are unplanned in the United States, alone.