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Women over 40 in England and Wales are having more babies then women under 20 for the first time in 70 years: Will teen pregnancies continue to decline?

Women over 40 in England and Wales are having more babies then women under 20 for the first time in 70 years: Will teen pregnancies continue to decline?
  • Yes, teen pregnancy rates will continue to decline.

    Teen pregnancy will continue to decline due to various initiatives. The widespread availability of affordable contraceptives that don't require a parent's permission is a huge factor in this. Another thing that makes an impact is that society in general is much more open about sex than it was 70 years ago. Kids are taught about sex and that if they choose to have sex they should be safe about it. Teen moms in the media, rather than making teens think it's cool to get pregnant so you can be on TV, show just how hard it is to have a baby while you are so young. The future is a mystery, but the best guess is that teen pregnancy rates will continue to decline as women gain more and more control over their own lives and reproductive choices.

  • Yes, teen pregnancies will continue to decline.

    Teenage pregnancy will continue to decline in the developed world. Greater access to contraceptives have reduced teen pregnancies; and this trend will likely continue. Also, governments and schools do more to promote awareness and access to birth control. This helps women plan better for staring families. In short, the trend in declining teen pregnancies will continue in the future.

  • Yes, teen pregnancy will continue to decline.

    Education and access to birth control are a big reason why teen pregnancy rates are on the decline. Teens are not having less sex than before. As access to birth control and education about sex and how to use birth control increases, teens will get pregnant less and less often.

  • Teen pregancies are on the decline

    We have seen the instances of teen pregnancies decline steadily over the years. Sex education and safety has been prioritized more and more in schools and community centers and has played a large part in educating teens and preventing pregnancies. Teens also have more access to contraception methods than they did in the past. Efforts in education and contraception will effectively reduce teen pregnancy rates well into the future.

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