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19 Apr 2006

marina coil
i was just wondering should i have the marina coil removed as i ahve been using hormonal contraception for 7 years with out any break at all and im only 22, will this effect my fertility later on when i want to have children.
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01 Jan 0001

Dear Amy
No you don't have to - the coil works only in the uterus and will not have long term effects unless it gives you lots of infections.
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