Contraceptive Use in the United States WHO NEEDS CONTRACEPTIVES? There are 61 million U.S. women of reproductive age (15–44). 1 About 43 million of them (70%) are at risk of unintended pregnancy—that is, they are sexually active and do not want to become pregnant, but could become pregnant if they and their partners fail to use a contraceptive method correctly and consistently. 2.
Jun 01, 2016 · Well, you came to the right page. Below you will find an infographic on condom use statistics and why you should be using a condom every time you have sex. Condom Use Statistics. Here is a text version of the condom use statistics: 450,000,000 condoms sold in U.S each year. $0.45/cents is the average cost of a single condom.
Sep 03, 2016 · Statistic Verification Source: Planned Parenthood, Life News Research Date: 7.7.2014 Birth Control Statistics Total Number of U.S. Women in their childbearing years 62 million Percent of women who get pregnant.
Trends in birth control pill use. In 2017, 21 percent of sexually active high school students (those reporting they had sex in the three months preceding the survey) reported using or having a partner that used birth control at their most recent sexual intercourse.