Study Shows Teen Pregnancy Drops Significantly After Age 19

A new study reveals teen pregnancy rates drop significantly after age 19.

The startling correlation was reported by millions of family planning centers nationwide after a 5 years study conducted by an exclusive research team led by Dr. Sandra McKinnon.

Dr. Sandra McKinnon reported the team’s findings during a recent US Reproductive Studies Symposium. “It is an undisputed fact that teen pregnancy rates are nearly non-existent when a woman reaches the age of 20. If you encourage your adolescences to abstain from sexual intercourse until they reach this age, the chances of them becoming teen parents are incredibly slim–Almost nonexistent.

“While the parents are concerned with protecting their young daughters from badly timed pregnancies, we’re concerned with finding the correlation between the age of 20, and it’s effect on teen pregnancy.

Dr. McKinnons findings were hailed as “groundbreaking and revolutionary” by senior researchers who have been attempting to find ways to reduce teen pregnancy rates for 30 years.

“I have faith that this new information will really change the face of reproductive education.” Said Dr. Benjamin Harbo, President of the US Reproductive Studies Symposium. “I think these studies will empower young women to avoid early motherhood so that they can develop their lives and careers prior to making the choice to get pregnant.”

The findings gave others hope. Shelly Keaton, mother of 9 children had her first child at age 18. “To think if I would have just waited until I was 20. I would have never been a teen mother.” She continued, with tears in her eyes, “I want to protect other women from the situation I faced, because let me tell you, teen motherhood is no picnic. You could easily end up with a litter of children who you’re simply unable to support. I still have no idea how to feed all these kids. My life is chaos. Pure, never-ending chaos. Please, abstain from sex until you are 20. Then you may be able to bypass the troubles of teen pregnancy altogether.”

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Jane Agni

Jane Agni

Jane M. Agni is a professional journalist residing in the rain-soaked city of Portland, Oregon. She freelances for several prominent websites with a career spanning over a decade. Jane's second book, "The RFID Jounrnal", is slated to be released in time for the Holidays. Expect another round of the hard hitting investigative journalism that made Jane Agni a household name. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus for daily updates on new articles and more.

6 Comments

  1. Uhhhh, duh you fucking idiot. your not a teenager when you turn 20. how much tax dollars (under obamas administration Im sure) was given for this “study”? insane people are running our country

  2. so you’re telling me that to prevent my teen daughter from getting knocked up all I have to do is keep her from dating until she’s no longer a teenager? brilliant!

  3. Jane for not being a mother (as you said in a recent interview I read) you have certain shed a valuable light on the issues with teen pregnancy. I am grateful that this is being discussed because too many young women (myself included) throw away their youth by making a rash decision.

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