Birth Control Used By Teens: Rhythm Method

There is a practice of teenage girls to use the rhythm method of birth control, and it’s okay for an unmarried female to have a baby per a government survey.

The survey released Wednesday pointed-out that 17 percent of sexually active teens used the rhythm method.

It’s a practice of having sex during days they are not fertile, to avoid having a baby.

Close to 64 percent of teen boys felt it was okay for an unmarried female to have a child, and 70 percent of girls agreed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers found 42 percent of teens had sex at least once. The common choice of birth control for most of those teens were condoms.