Contraception during the menopause.. YES

Question:-Could you please advise me on the types of contraception that can be used during the menopause. I was using the contraceptive injection before but have been told this is no longer advisable. Is there any other reliable contraception other than condoms.

Reply-: As individuals it difficult to recommend. Seek the advice of your GP or Family Planning clinic, precautions should be used up to 2 years after your last Period.

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  1. ann fearnley said:

    August 26, 2014 @ 1:53 pm

    Hi I have been on the menopause for 7 years is there any chance of getting pregnant if no contraceptive is used thank you

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