Teenasge pregnancy. In 18-year-old women in England and Wales have fallen to their lowest levels in the last 40 years. In 1971, the pregnancy rate was 54.9 per 1000 women; in 1998 it was 47.1 per 1000, 41.6 in 2007 and 22.9 last year. In Europe, these rates are much lower: 9 per 1000 in France, 7 per 1000 in Germany and 6 per 1000 in Italy and Norway (BMJ 2016; 352: i 1484 doi: 10.1136/bmj.i 148; published 11 March, 2016).
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