Birth Control Statistics

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Statistic Verification
Source: Planned Parenthood, Life News
Research Date: 7.7.2014
Birth Control Statistics
Total Number of U.S. Women in their childbearing years 62 million
Percent of women who get pregnant while on the pill 6 %
Percent of people who rely on male condoms that will remain pregnancy free 85 %
Total percentage of men who use a condom the first time they have sex 80%
Total percentage of women who use a condom the first time they have sex 68%
Total percent of U.S. births that are from mothers younger than 19 10%
Total Number of U.S. women in childbearing years that use some form of contraception 62%
Among those who don’t, 31% are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, postpartum, sterile or not sexually active. The other 7% take their chances. Among those using contraceptives, here’s what they use:
Contraceptive Percent Used
The Pill 28%
Sterilization 27.1%
Condom 16.1%
Vasectomy 9.9%
IUD 5.5%

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Statistic Sources & References
Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 3, 2016

Birth Control Statistics

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