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This article contains stats and facts about unprotected sex effects pregnancy and abortion. Keep reading for information on the physical and emotional effects of abortion, and alternatives to abortion.

Teenage abortion statistics are strongly linked to teen pregnancy rates, and the numbers for both have declined from their peak in the 1980s. The numbers in the US are still high compared to most other developed nations, however, and because of the negative physical, emotional, and social consequences that pregnancy and abortion can have on a teen’s life, these statistics are concerning. Abortion statistics on abortion cover all cases of abortion. More teens waiting to have sex until they are older has helped to reduce these numbers, as has better contraceptive use. USA Today reports, however, that the last few years have seen a slight increase in teen pregnancy rates.

Abortion is more common in the US than in Canada and Western Europe, but less common than in China and Eastern Europe. The majority of abortions occur in teens and younger women. The younger a teen is when she gets pregnant, the more likely she is to seek an abortion. A little over half of teens will have sex before graduating high school. Abortion is legal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, but the exact rules regarding abortions vary from state to state. Many states require a teen to have parental consent or intervention by a judge in order to get an abortion.

Teenage abortion statistics on side effects of teen abortion are not well documented, but some general information is available. Physical complications of  teenage abortions are relatively rare. According to the CDC, death of pregnant teens due to abortion is very rare, with abortion complications killing fewer than 20 teens and women each year. Department of Health and Human Services reports, however, that many teens experience negative emotional responses to abortion, such as sadness, and teens who get teenage abortions may be at increased risk for substance abuse. Anyone may experience these side effects, including teenagers who do not expect to feel negative emotions about teenage abortion.

Counseling and discussion of all of a pregnant teen’s options, including parenting and adoption, is usually recommended for teens prior to the decision to have an abortion due to abortion’s potential negative emotional effects. Department of Health and Human Services, 4Parents. This page explains how the ECP works and tells you how to use it. The ECP is taken after unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. It stops or delays the release of an egg from your ovaries until the guy’s sperm aren’t active in your body any more. It prevents the sperm from fertilising an egg by changing the way the sperm moves in your body.