use pregnancies in a sentence.
Pretty sure that unplanned pregnancies need not result in a child being born.
Despite the fact that somewhere around a third of pregnancies already miscarry.
I believe the data, but the numbers given on that data sheet aren't percentages :-)> Pregnancy rates are the number of pregnancies per 1,000 females age 15 to 19 years95.
I think he is talking about increased condom usage relating to the fear of getting HIV having an indirect effect on the number of accidental pregnancies.
I would even argue that it's an important issue for even more than half the population, because men are themselves affected by unplanned pregnancies.
You'd think that with the current state of the economy they would see how useful it is to teach kids how to avoid unwanted pregnancies.
I think this relies on an overestimation of the planning and foresight that goes into most pregnancies.
The failure rate of condoms you cite is referring to unplanned pregnancies, 18% of unplanned pregnancies are caused by condoms.
I remember once reading that before modern medicine, 1/4 of pregnancies ended in death to the mother due to the baby's size.
I wonder what effect the fear of HIV's existence has had on reducing the number of accidental pregnancies and what effect that has had on slowing world population growth.
And obviously we should include risky sexual behavior and unplanned pregnancies on the list of things people should be personally responsible for as well.
Checking the source, it says that 18% of all the unwanted pregnancies where using a condom as contraceptive method, way different than 18% of times using a condom end with an unwanted pregnancy.
Opposing condoms leads to a higher (STD) infection rate, teen pregnancies and it leads to humanity breeding out of control, the Catholic church is on record as opposing condoms.
Extremely expensive pregnancies are an insurable risk, but standard pregnancy is not.