10 Common Fertility Myths Busted!
The Pill Reduces Fertility
No evidence shows that the consistent use of birth control pills affects future fertility. Because they remain in a woman’s system for around 24 hours at a time, birth control pills never make much of an impact on the body’s ability to reproduce. If anything, using the pill or one of its hormonal counterparts such as the patch or the ring can actually help fertility in some women. “Birth control pills have been used to treat and reduce symptoms of disorders such as endometriosis, which is a factor in infertility,” says Dr. Brasner.
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