Statistic on Wisconsin STD’s and Teen Pregnancies Compared To Other Countries 

In Wisconsin: 

  • In 2014, the teen birthrate from the ages of girls from 15-19 was 3,378 
  • In 2014 there was 18 births per 1,000 girls 
  • There is an 8% change in birthrate from 2013 
  • In 2010 the number of teen pregnancies from the ages of girls from 15-19 were 7,580  
  • In 2010 there was 39 pregnancies per 1,000 girls 
  • There was 13% change in teen pregnancy rate from 2008 
  • In 2013 only 35.3% of high school students that had sex 
  • In 2013 89.3% of high school students used nay contraceptive method  
  • There has been 46% of unplanned pregnancies from women at the ages of 15-44 in 2010 
  • In 2010 there was $314 million spent on unplanned pregnancies 

In other Countries: 

  • Compared to other countries United States is the most with teen birth rate from the ages of girls from 15-19 by 31.3%, next would be the United Kingdom with 21.8% and the Latvia with 18.7% 
  • Iceland is the top for Chlamydia with the rate at 618.82 from 2000-2013 
  • United Kingdom is the top for HPV with the rate at 131.65 
  • Iceland is the top for Hepatitis B with the rate at 13.08 
  • Adolescent childbearing is more common in the United States, 22% than in Great Britain 15%, Canada 11%, France 6% and Sweden 4% 
  • U.S. women reported no contraceptive use at either first or recent intercourse (25%) than reported nonuse in France (11%) Great Britain (21%) and Sweden (22%) 
  • 70% of teen pregnancies end in abortion in Sweden, compared with just 17% in Slovakia and 26% in the United States 
  • Teen pregnancy rate is still highest in the United States 57 per 1,000, followed by New Zealand 51% and England and Wales 47% from girls at the ages from 15-19 
  • The lowest rate was in Switzerland (8 per 1,000), followed by the Netherlands (14%), Slovenia (14%) and Singapore (14%) from girls at the ages from 15-19 

For more Information go to: 

http://www.medicaldaily.com/pulse/std-prevalence-across-world-how-std-statistics-compare-across-time-and-space-325574 

https://www.guttmacher.org/news-release/2015/teen-pregnancy-rates-declined-many-countries-between-mid-1990s-and-2011 

http://thenationalcampaign.org/ 

https://www.guttmacher.org/about/journals/psrh/2001/11/differences-teenage-pregnancy-rates-among-five-developed-countries-roles