The use of contraceptives jeopardized future fertility and could lead to serious health complications
Myth! The combined oral contraceptive (COC) does not cause infertility. In a rare circumstance, a complication from a perforation, infection, or ectopic pregnancy could affect fertility. However, contemporary IUDs have not been shown to increase infertility. The effects of the IUD wear off very quickly after it is removed.
Oral contraceptives are designed to temporarily delay your fertility and prevent pregnancy. But when you stop taking them, your normal fertility levels will eventually return.
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