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  • I wasn't taking any precautionary measures

    38 23.46%
  • Pull-out method

    27 16.67%
  • Condoms

    9 5.56%
  • Pills

    50 30.86%
  • IUD

    0 0%
  • Vasectomy/tied tubes

    1 0.62%
  • Combination of some of these

    8 4.94%
  • Timing/billings method

    16 9.88%
  • Mirena

    2 1.23%
  • Other

    11 6.79%
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    Default If you've had an unplanned pregnancy....

    What contraception method was the 'culprit'?

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    The pill for me! I was on it for 4 years before it failed

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    The pill.

    But I got really drunk the night before and vomited nd I probs vmited it up and then forgot to take it for ages after . DP didnt care, he wanted babies!!!

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    wasn't taking precautionary measures.

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    The pull out method

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    to pill babies

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    With DS2 I became pregnant whilst attempting to use abstinence (after bad tear during DS1 birth) as my contraception... Guilt trip from ex-husband foiled my abstinence plans, and DS2 was conceived that one time lol DS1 and DS2 are 16 months apart.

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    Dd1 I was on the pill.

    The other 3 we weren't using any contraception other than intermittent condom use or the pull out method (if you count that as contraception, I certainly don't!)

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    ah dd1....my lovely little pink " pill" princess bahahaha

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    #1 - the pill

    #3 - BF and using the mini pill

    #7 - Depo vera

    Needless to say, I am off to have my tubes tied and hubby is going for the snip


 

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