Those are the statistics for teenagers...so yes that includes you...but the reason it is lower is because more people are waiting to have children later...you know those women who are having babies in their 30's and 40's....also, birth control today is much easier to come by, and sex education in schools is now more common. 20 years ago and 30 years ago this wasn't so, and birth control was very hard to get a hold of. So, while it is still VERY common for teenage pregnancies, the RATE has dropped. Hope that helped.
these statistics are not showing you as one of those teenagers that are in high school and drop out and all of that..it doesn't make you a poster child for those after school specials or anything....they are just statistics...no harm to you if you are a good mother and all of that good stuff. I was married at 19 and had my son when I was 22...so I was in the statistics for teenage marriage (and you hear all the bad stuff about that too...early divorce they say). But just don't let the statistics bother you, cuz that is all they are.