Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, October 10th, 2004
Wanting to be pregnant affects female teens sexual and relationship practices, point out S.L. Davies and colleagues at the University of Alabama.
Initially, 522 girls ages 14 to 18 were part of the study, but 67 (12.8%) of them were pregnant and so were excluded. "Of the remaining 455 adolescents, 107 (23.6%) expressed some desire to be pregnant at the time of assessment," the researchers said.
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