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- In 2003, there were 42,000 pregnancies among under 18 year olds in England and Wales.
- In the EU, the UK has the highest record of teenage pregnancy.
- There are no symptoms to indicate the presence of STDs in up to 75% of cases in females and in up to 50% of cases in males.
- STDs can be passed on by the pregnant mother to her baby.
- If sexually transmitted diseases remain untreated, up to 30% of affected females experience pelvic inflammatory disease which often leads to ectopic pregnancy.
- At least 1 in 8 teenage girls and 1 in 5 males between 20 and 24 are carrying chlamydia, a known cause of infertility in later life.
- Abstinence is the only 100% effective method of preventing STDs.
- Abstinence is the only 100% effective method of preventing pregnancy.
- Male condoms can only reduce the risk of STDs and are not 100% safe either to prevent disease or pregnancy.