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Whether it's your first time taking birth control, you're just considering a method, you're switching to a new birth control, or you've been on yours for a while - there's so many things that one can wonder about. So where do you turn?

Here is that thread! Before posting a question ... have you checked out this article right here: Birth Control Bingo? Read the article but still not finding an answer to your question? Did you take a chance to search the boards for an answer? Last, but certainly not least, have you used the search function on the main site: here? If you've done all three and are still not finding an answer to your question then this is the thread for you [Smile]

[ 01-30-2012, 11:01 AM: Message edited by: Stephanie_1 ]

"Sometimes the majority only means that all the fools are on the same side" ~Anon

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