Psychological effects of teens having sex

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For a decade, the legislative push for "abstinence only" sex education has suggested that nonmarital sex negatively affects a teen's mental health. But a new study shows that the negative mental side effects of a teen's loss of virginity are confined to a small proportion of those who have sex -- specifically, young girls and both boys and girls who have sex earlier than their peers and whose relationships are uncommitted and ultimately fall apart. Using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, Ann Meier, University of Minnesota assistant professor of sociology, studied 8, seventh- through 12th-graders over an month period, measuring for depression and low self-esteem. Meier compared the mental health of teens who didn't have sex to teens who were virgins at the beginning of the study, but who lost their virginity during the month period. She found that while the majority of teens did not experience depression as a result of first-time sex, some did -- those being the youngest teens girls who had sex before age 15 and boys who had sex before 14 and whose relationship was not emotionally close and dissolved after sex.
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Adolescent mental health and risky sexual behaviour

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EARLY SEX CAN HAVE EMOTIONAL, PHYSICAL EFFECTS LATER - Chicago Tribune

At the time of the study, Sonya S. Bonnie L. We examined the social and emotional consequences among adolescents of refraining from sexual activity oral or vaginal sex and whether these consequences differed over time and by gender and sexual experience. The percentage of adolescents who reported only positive consequences e. Adolescent girls and sexually experienced adolescents were more likely to report both positive and negative consequences than were adolescent boys and sexually inexperienced adolescents. Adolescents who began the study with sexual experience were more likely to report positive consequences of refraining from sexual activity by the end of the study than those who initiated sexual activity later.
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EARLY SEX CAN HAVE EMOTIONAL, PHYSICAL EFFECTS LATER

Risk taking among adolescents is of great concern to health professionals. Most of the morbidity among young people is related to behaviours that result in unintentional or intentional injuries, drug and alcohol misuse, tobacco use, sexual behaviour, diet, and physical inactivity. Against this background, the observation in the paper by Ramrakha and colleagues p of the strong correlation between psychiatric disorders, substance misuse, and risky sexual behaviour in a birth cohort of 21 year olds is important.
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Those who have first sexual intercourse before 15 have higher rates of mental illness. In one study of sexually active California teens, those studied reported both positive and negative consequences of their sexual activity. According to the paper "We tend to focus on the health consequences of having sex, like pregnancy and STIs, but we also need to talk to them about all the emotional consequences. Depression and emotional distress Longitudinal research has shown "a significant association between teenage sexual abstinence and mental health.

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