TEENAGE PREGNANCY or ADULT PREGNANCY?

Which one is the bigger epidemic really? Teenagers having unwanted pregnancys or adults having unwanted pregnancys? I kind of feel that adult unwanted pregnancy maybe a bigger problems then teenagers pregnancy. I think that grown people probably end up with more issue then teenagers do. DNA testing, alimony ect. I think that teenage pregnancy is more publized. Just because you're a "grown adult" doesn't mean you're any better off. Thoughts?
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