As by WHO, about 16 million girls aged 15 to 19 years and two million girls under the age of 15 give birth every year. Worldwide, one in five girls has given birth by the age of 18. In the poorest regions of the world, this figure rises to over one in three girls. In an another survey on abortions, by Global Abortion Summary by Wm. Robert Johnston., it is estimated that current global monthly average is 1,039,000 abortions.
On a look at overgrowing statistics of teen pregnancy who under trimesters instead of semesters, I thought this post could bring the awareness of what a contraceptive is and how far it could help them avoid pregnancy and what are the types of contraceptives available.
Contraceptive: It is a means to avoid pregnancy to be consumed as per any physician’s advice. It helps women plan if and when they want to have a baby.
- Condoms: It is suitable for young and unmarried couples. It not only acts as the contraceptive. It also reduces any sort of disease transmission says Dr Christopher NG, Obstetrician and Gynecologist of GynaeMD Women’s and Rejuvenation clinic.