Teen contraceptive use
Condom and contraceptive use among adolescents has increased since the s, but many adolescents are inconsistent users: roughly 40 percent of males and nearly half of females reported that they or their partner did not use a condom the last time they had sexual intercourse.
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Description:J Sex Res ;39 1. For teenagers who reported ever having used a method, we also measured dual contraceptive use, comparing those who used two or more methods every time they used contraception with those who used a single method or only sometimes used dual methods. Reproductive health impact of a school health center. Childbearing is more likely among socioeconomically disadvantaged adolescents and contributes to continued socioeconomic effects for the mother, her family, and society. Greater proportions of adolescents than of older women discontinued using a contraceptive method within a year or experienced contraceptive failure. Discontinuation is a particularly important issue for adolescents and young women because they tend to have more limited access than older individuals to family planning, as well as more unpredictable and irregular sexual activity, and are probably less knowledgeable about how to use contraceptive methods effectively.