Category - Teen
encouraging schoolchildren to experiment with oral sex could prove the most effective way of curbing teenage pregnancy rates, a government study has found. 3, 2010 -- a strange tale of oral sex, a knife fight and the most unlikely of pregnancies recently brought to light by the blogosphere has doctors touting the triumphant persistence of sperm. Having vaginal sex in any position carries the risk of pregnancy. Pregnancy myth if a girl does jumping jacks after sex, she wont get pregnant. You can jump up and down all you want, but if one sperm makes contact with one egg, bingo someones pregnant. Pregnancy myth if a girl doesnt have an orgasm, she wont get pregnant. Teenage pregnancy is an important public health concern, accounting for over 10 of all births in the united states in 2003. 1 even with recent declines in adolescent birth rates, approximately 800,000 to 900,000 adolescents become pregnant yearly. 2 this population has unique issues and requires a distinct understanding of both their medical. With sex when all is said in done, there is a considerable measure of myths about what will get you pregnant and what will keep you from getting pregnant. but pregnancy can occur if sperm are spilled into the vagina or on the vulva during any kind of sex. However, unprotected oral sex on a woman or on a man puts both partners at risk for a number of sexually transmitted infections, whether they are giving or receiving oral sex. Teenage parents are also more likely to have been sexually abused thus in unprotected sex. Teenage mothers are more likely to suffer physical, mental and social consequences. For example, teenage mothers are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety as having a baby may be an overwhelming experience for them. sexual health becomes a new health priority in early adolescence. The sexual health of young people is a matter of intense public concern. The adverse consequences of unsafe sexual behavioursuch as pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (stis), including hiv infectionaffect adolescents as well as adults.