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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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    I mean the pill information leaflet lol


    sent from my iPhone, so apologies for the typos!

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    No they didn't, no one mentioned anything at all about it affecting the pill
    Too late now..

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    One of mine is a pill baby and the other a Depo baby

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    Condoms

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    Pill here too. I wasn't the greatest at remembering to take it. I was also on and off on antibiotics and it was Christmas so lots of alcohol. Our Darling girl is very much wanted even being the biggest surprise

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    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    This thread is freaking me out
    SAME i am planning on the pill to prevent a 5 child once this one is born lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DairyfreeDiva View Post
    Ds was planned. Dd however was a complete surprise. Ds was only 5 months old and As I was bf I hadn't even had my period yet. We were practicing combination of pull out method and condoms. I still am perplexed on how I fell pregnant... She must of crawled up my leg
    I like that, I just LOL and my DP looked at me like I'm a weirdo randomly laughing.

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    Last time I got antibiotics the GP told me new research is to take your contraceptive pill as normal as antibiotics don't impact the effectiveness.

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    I was using nothing. I'd come of the pill 6 months previously, we were using condoms. But one night we didn't use one (alcohol may have been a factor in the decision) and 9 months later DD arrived.


    Milky mumma since July 2011

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    Was told pcos would make it impossible to conceive without taking the pill and managing my weight first. Haha, the 8 month large baby bump protruding under my shirt Begs to differ doctor


 

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