The impact of early use of prescription contraceptives on reducing premarital teenage pregnancies.


Examines the potential impact of early use of medically prescribed contraceptives on reducing premarital pregnancies among teenagers. If all teenagers began using a prescription method 1 month after initiating intercourse, the risk of premarital pregnancy would be reduced by 40% from actual levels, from 35% within 2 years to 21%. The fact that 21% would… (More)


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