• Corpus ID: 54001947

Expanding Contraceptive Options andAccess for Youth Education

@inproceedings{2004ExpandingCO,
  title={Expanding Contraceptive Options andAccess for Youth Education},
  author={},
  year={2004}
}
  • Published 2004
Young people today are at risk of unintended pregnancies as never before in history. The steadily decreasing age of menarche and increasing age at marriage have created an ever-widening window of time for premarital sexual intercourse and pregnancies. Even in countries where age at first intercourse has risen, the increase in age of marriage is usually greater, resulting in a widening gap. Wider exposure to sexual issues through the media, urbanization, and other cultural changes also… 

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