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Whether or not to put teens on birth control is a very difficult decision 81 of todays teens ages 15-18 are using a contraceptive method Facts On American Teens People especially parents ask themselves if teens should be on any type of birth control Parents believe that by putting their kids on birth controlteens might understandit as if it is encouraging them to be sexually active The best option is for teenagers to be on a type of contraceptive In reality teens make their own decisions parents tell them not to have sex but at the end they are the ones that decide It is better to prevent then to regret the consequences By putting teens on contraceptive it will help prevent unexpected pregnancies and sexually transmitted dieses or infections Many might think that it is unhealthy or dangerous but scientists have proven that contraceptives have helped medically Many married couples consider having a baby as a gift from god but for teenagers it might just be the opposite Statistics show that each year almost 750000 US teen girls become pregnant and 79 are unmarried Facts On American TeensMinors dont think of the conflicts that might rise of expecting a baby They just imagine themselves being parents and not about the difficulties of raising a baby might be Not only should they have to think about their baby but also about themselves Will they continue with their education plans or dreams they hadTeen pregnancy has negativefinancial educational and also health consequences It isfinancially difficult to raise a baby as teenage parents Having to take care of a baby and also having to go to school might not give enough time to work and earn money to raise a baby 80 of unmarried teen mothers end up on welfare The United States spends 7 billion each year due to the costs of teen pregnancy30 age
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