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Teen Pregnancy

Over the past two decades, the rates of teen pregnancy have grown dramatically. According to the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy, approximately every thirty-one seconds ateenager becomes pregnant in the United States. This is unbelievable, however that is the truth that no one can deny. Many people think that teen pregnancy don't effect them unless they get pregnant or one of the family members in teenage get pregnant. However teen pregnancy really affects our communities and country. Approximately, over eighty-five percent of teenage girls who become pregnant every year do not plan their pregnancies and only fifteen percent of pregnancies are prepared. The causes of teen pregnancy is unsafe sex or poor sex education in teen and adolescents, and in result many teen girls get pregnant, increase the population, more people in poverty and children becomes the victim of their parents mistakes.

There are several illusions surrounding teenagers and adolescents pregnancy. Most of the teenagers believe that they will not get pregnant or to impregnate someone the first time they have sex. This is a common mistake that teen usually make. Unfortunately, one out of twenty girls becomes pregnant the first she has sex. Teenagers should know the risk having unsafe sex and what will happen the result of that. They will not only get pregnant but also they can get sexual transmitted diseases as well as AIDS which can lead to death. Some teen girls also have the wrong ideas about sex and love. They believe that if they have sex with their boyfriends or give birth their boyfriend's babies will make their boyfriends love them more and it can make the relationship better. However, it becomes worse and makes their lives more diffi...

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...cause she couldn't support the child by herself.

Moreover, the teen pregnancy is effecting the population of our communities. Only in California, four hundred teenagers discover that they are pregnant everyday and adding the numbers to the population. Therefore, I was wondered where our government will get all the funds to support those people. Welfare costs the United States an average of seven billion dollars per year.

Majority of teen mothers fall into poverty, and at the same time some teen mothers are most likely to have another children within the first or two years after they had one. Moreover, some teen children of teen parents are most likely to get pregnant and fall into the same procedures and it becomes a vicious circle. Therefore, all teenagers should aware of that unplanned pregnancies and do not let the child be the victims of your mistakes.

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