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In colombia the great social problem is teen pregnancy of women who are in school years
Most adolescent pregnancies are considered as unwanted pregnancies caused by sexual practices without the use of contraceptives.
Drugs and alcohol. Influence of friends.
Lack of information about contraceptive methods. Age difference in sexual relationships.
Sexual Abuse Violence against women Socio-economic factors
The abandonment of their studies. The teenage couples are characterized by shorter and more unstable duration.
The pregnant teenager is often the subject of discrimination. The possibility of abortion is considered by a high percentage of pregnant teens.
Provide sexual and reproductive education for adolescents, which gives meaning and responsibility in the exercise of sexuality.
Generate attitudes of healthy sexuality, delaying the onset of sexual activities.
promote safe sex practices and contribute to a culture that encourages risk-free sexuality.
Contraceptive counseling, sensitize, inform and motivate teens about the importance of contraception methods.
Disseminate reliable information about the features, benefits and side effects of various methods of contraception.
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