YOUR RETURN TO FERTILITY

WHEN YOU’RE READY

Today's contraception methods are gentler on the body than they used to be, and generally they are designed to not influence your fertility after you stop using them. Even hormonal contraceptives like the long-acting hormonal coil allow you to return to fertility quickly, because the hormones in these methods leave the body quickly after you stop using them.

When do you want to get pregnant?

Thinking about future pregnancies is bound to be a factor in deciding on a contraception method. Here are some things to consider.

ALTERNATIVE CONTRACEPTION METHODS

If your usual contraception recently let you down, if a late period has caused you concern, or if your current method doesn’t fit your lifestyle, consider these contraception methods:

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NEED ADVICE? SPEAK TO YOUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL.

Seek out an appointment with your doctor or nurse for further support that is specific to you and your lifestyle.

Is It Okay?

CONSIDER THIS

The pill should be taken every day at the same time, as a missed pill can compromise efficacy. If taking the pill every day doesn’t suit your lifestyle, it might be worth exploring other contraceptive methods.  

WHAT’S MY METHOD?

KNOW YOUR OPTIONS

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