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23 Jun 2010
I have been on and off of contraceptives since the age of 15, I am now 25. These include vaious different oral contraceptives and the 3 month injection for about 3 years. I have now stopped taking the pill, what are my chances of falling pregnant?
The injection can stay in your system for up to a year. The Pill should not be there for more than 3 months.
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