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Side Effects Of Taking Lady Pills Even Though I'm Not Yet A Mother
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I just want to ask if its risky for someone to take a lady pill even if she's not yet experienced giving birth. Is there any advice or point of view on what she can take as a contraceptive? ## It is no more risky for a childless woman, than it is for one that's had children. Yes, there are possible risks associated with taking it, but they don't change if someone has already had children. And if you wish to prevent pregnancy, these types of contraceptives are the most effective option to use that are very quickly reversed, when you do want to have children. Side effects may include nausea, headache, weight gain and mood swings. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## Is there any side effect or may affect to the baby when you take lady pills while you doesn't know ... ...
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Mon, Oct 23 '17, 10:12 PM
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Am a lady, 23 years old. I cant miss a day taking the contraceptives (e-pills). It contains two tablets....... i have been taking it for 1 year...... are there side effects? are there high chances of getting a baby in the future? Or are my fallopian tubes blocked? ...
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Mon, Mar 09 '15, 5:58 AM

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