Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 11th, 1995
However, the research shows that teenage girls who have been pregnant - many of whom previously had problems with the pill - are about three times more likely to choose a long-term contraceptive, such as a Norplant device or Depo-Provera injections.
These results are a commentary on both the popularity of the pill and the problem teenagers have taking it, said Barbara A. Cromer, associate professor of pediatrics at Ohio State and lead author of the study.
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