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What is the best birth control method to practice so that when you go off it after three years you can conceive right away?

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2005-09-27 21:21:07
2005-09-27 21:21:07

Talk to your doctor about the benefits of DEPO PROVERA it is a shot you get once every three months, and you can go off it at any time. I was on Depo for four years, and it did take five months for me to have a period, but my doctor said I could get pregnant immediatly after stopping depo. I don't know if I really could have, bc I wasnt trying, but it is a good birth control. the birth control pill is also a good method to take because you can get pregnant soon after you stop taking it. Non-Hormonal IUD: Once its out, there is no longer a hostile environment for the sperm so in theory, you could conceive 5 mins after having it removed.

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