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can i get pregnant after 14 years of birth control

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
Women have. And most birth controls should not have lasting effects however some do. I would talk to your doctor about the chance of getting pregnant are. 14 years is a long time even if you started when you were 16 you would be 30 and approaching an age when it is typically harder to get pregnant any way. So talk to your doctor and figure out what works for you and have fun trying!
3 years ago
It all depends on your body. Different types of birth control have different effects on your body. Depo shots typically mess with your body more than a pill will. Age will also be a determining factor. You should talk with your doctor about your chances of getting pregnant.

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