Report: Teens unaware they could get pregnant
WASHINGTON (KGO) -- A lot of teenage girls are clueless about their chances of getting pregnant according to a new government report.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention surveyed nearly 5,000 teen moms who had unplanned pregnancies. About one-third said they did not use birth control because they did not believe they would get pregnant.
Also, 13 percent said they did not use birth control because they had trouble getting it.
contraceptives, children, health
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