Posted November 06, 2018 05:09:07 If you’re a teen who has a recent, unexpected pregnancy, you’re not alone.
A recent study from researchers at the University of Toronto found that between July and December of this year, the average age of teenagers who have had a CVS-CNV pregnancy is 18.4 years old.
That’s a staggering figure, especially considering that only about 20 percent of teenagers with CVS/CNV have a healthy pregnancy, the study’s lead author, Rachel C. Bader, told The Washington Post.
The researchers also noted that this is one of the first time researchers have tracked teens who have a CNV pregnancy in the U.S. since the CDC released the first report on the virus in 2012.
The numbers are especially alarming given the high rates of the virus among teens, Bader told NPR.
While many teen pregnancies are preventable, they are still likely to be far more difficult for teens than the CDC estimates.
The CDC estimates that there are about 3.7 million CNV-19 cases and nearly 3 million CVD-related deaths in the United States.
It estimates that about 4 million of these deaths occur in teens aged 15-19.
That puts the overall U.K. population at about 9.2 million, which is the equivalent of about 5 percent of the population of the U-K, according to a study published earlier this year.
The study found that only 0.3 percent of U.KS teens are living with an elevated risk of CVD.
But if you’re living with a high-risk teen, it’s best to see your healthcare provider for a routine checkup.
A pregnancy test, for example, can help determine if you have the virus or have any underlying conditions that might make you more vulnerable to developing CVD, Bider said.
You may also want to have a routine visit with your primary care physician, who can provide you with some basic healthcare questions and make sure that you’re getting regular screenings for CVD screenings, including blood tests and CT scans, the CDC’s website says.
Teen pregnancy rates among teens in the UK are on the rise, and the trend has been well documented.
But this year is the worst year yet, according the U of T’s Bader.
Since the first reported cases in the mid-1990s, the rate of teen pregnancy in England has doubled, to about 1 in 5 pregnancies.
In 2015, the Uptown boroughs of London and York saw the largest increases in teen pregnancy, according Bader’s research.
While the UCTU is encouraging people to get tested for CNV and to get vaccinated against the virus, Boker said that the real problem with teen pregnancy rates is that the current state of health care in the country isn’t nearly as strong as it should be.
“This is an extremely challenging time for young people,” she said.
“The fact that we are still having these high rates is just so concerning.”