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How long does the pill stay in your body?

Related Topics: Birth Control Pill

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American Pharmacists Association
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It depends on the type of pill that you have been taking. Most birth control pills are a combination of estrogen and progesterone products. The medication itself will be eliminated from the body in about 1-2 days. Factors that can play a role in how open the window is for pregnancy include how long you have been on the pill and how compliant you have been with taking them on a daily basis.

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