Number of pregnancies in the U.S. by age and outcome 2009

This statistic shows the number of pregnancies in the United States in 2009, sorted by age of the women and outcome of the pregnancy. There were around five thousand pregnancies among U.S. women aged 15 years and younger which led to live births. In total, there were around 6.4 million pregnancies in the United States that year.

Number of pregnancies in the United States in 2009, by age and outcome

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Release date

December 2013

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Age group

All ages

Supplementary notes

This includes races other than white and black and origin not stated.
* Spontaneous fetal losses from recognized pregnancies of all gestational periods, as estimated from reports from women in the 1995, 2002, and 2006-2010 National Surveys of Family Growth. The rate of fetal loss depends on the degree to which losses at very early gestations are detected. See references 1 and 2 for more information.

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