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starlight - April 14th, 2011 9:05 AM

If im gonna use contraceptives and time will come i want to be pregnant, does it takes time ?? Hope to hear your opinions soon.thank u..:)

mochalicious - April 15th, 2011 12:20 AM

Yes. Contraceptives like condom are easy to use and prevent the spread of HIV and STD.

FrenchKiss - April 15th, 2011 5:36 PM

How old are you? If you are a bit older then perhaps you would consider having a baby while you still can?

But contraceptives prevent unwanted pregnancies and if you use condoms STD and HIV too. So if you're not ready then go ahead. Lots of people use these and have no problems getting pregnant when they want to.

dramaqueen - April 16th, 2011 4:18 PM

Im sure you will have no problems when you are ready. Taking contraceptives or using one is also a way of preserving your fertility so make sure that you are protected at all times.

TechBro - April 17th, 2011 5:47 PM

I used a condom for years before I got married. And even then we used condoms because we were not ready. Our problems had nothing to do with my condom use or my wife's use of contraceptives.

Ms.CharleneRameese - April 21st, 2011 7:34 AM

It has been suggested that some contraceptives for women have long term effects on conception and pregnancy. Depo shots, for example, many women say has affected their odds of getting pregnant. But I think they are the exception, not the rule. In western countries where women who take contraceptive measure orally or by injection are prevalent, the number of infertility issues should be alarming. However, that doesn't appear to be the case. Sure there are lots of cases but it's not half or more than half. even close to half the women of child-bearing age would be alarming but I'm gonna take a guess that it is nowhere near that figure.


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