1)lets say 10 years before conceiving. 2)what about for short terms use?is there any side effects involve like hard to conceive in the future? 3)is there pills that are estrogen free?
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Hormonal contraception ("the pill") is one of the most-researched methods of birth control, and it's been shown to be very safe, even for long-term use. There is no good evidence that it causes infertility or difficulty conceiving - some women may have difficulty getting pregnant immediately after stopping the pill, but only because it generally takes your body awhile to get back into a regular cycle after you've come off it.
There are pills that are estrogen-free (commonly called the "mini-pill") and whether that formulation is best for you is something that should be discussed with your doctor. We also have a couple of articles on the combination pill - containing both estrogen and progesterone - and the progesterone-only pill:
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