Key Statistics from the National Survey of Family Growth - P Listing
- Parity - See Births (mothers) and Births (fathers)
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Pill (oral contraceptive pill)
- Premarital sex
Percentage of women 15-44 who have ever had intercourse and who have ever used the contraceptive patch, 2011-2013: 11.0%
Source: Special tabulation by NCHS
|Percentage of women 15-44 years of age who have ever been treated for PID||5.1%||4.2%||3.6%|
|Percentage of women 40-44 years of age who have ever been treated for PID||8.0%||5.1%||4.7%|
2Special tabulation by NCHS
- Percentage of women 15-44 years of age in 2011-2013 who have ever used the oral contraceptive pill1 (among women who have ever had sex): 78.8% (42.0 million).
- Percentage of women 15-44 years of age in 2011-2013 who are currently using the pill2: 16.0% (9.7 million).
1Special tabulation by NCHS
2Data Brief No. 173, Data Table Figure 2 [PDF - 639 KB]
Percentage of ever-married men and women who had premarital intercourse:
|Women (15-44 years of age)||84.9%||86.4%||89.1%|
|Men (20-44 years of age)||91.3%||90.6%||91.8%|
3Special tabulation by NCHS
NOTE: Estimates for men for 2006-2010 and 2011-2013 are limited to ages 20-44 following conventions of table 22 of series 23, no. 26 for 2002.
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- Page last updated: July 28, 2015
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