The aim of this survey was to find out the views of young women who had experienced a teenage pregnancy themselves to form part of Brook's submission to the inquiry into unwanted/unplanned pregnancy.  It is important that these voices are heard to avoid making assumptions about WHY young people become pregnant and HOW young people at risk of an unplanned or unwanted or teenage pregnancy should be supported, while avoiding punishing young people who do choose to continue with a pregnancy.  See the results here - We had over 80 responses in a week which I'm really pleased with and we also had a twitter chat about the results which you can read here.

Thank you to everyone who contributed!

You can also read my articles about teenage pregnancy in the Telegraph Online here:

Why do teenagers really get pregnant

The real problem with teenagers - Its not all sex and pregnancy

Don't panic - the teenage pregnancy epidemic is over!