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If I use birth control for a few years, will this decrease my likelihood of concepiton?

Will some  hinder conception while others won't?

Related Topics: Birth Control, Conception
 

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In general, it should not affect your ablity to concieve a child. I would still talk about this with your OB-GYN and let them know you are interest in having a child at some point.

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