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Will use of Primolut N cause problems in conceiving in future?

hi sir/mam i am 23 years old unmarried girl. i have used Primolute N two years ago cuz had a problm of irregular perieds.. i heard from my friend that Primolute N is not safe medicine for unmarried girls. it may effect ovaries and if i will get married, because of that medicine i will be no able to concieve a that true??? plz clear me.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Any hormonal pill if it is a combination pill or a progesterone only pill is safe to take for married or unmarried women to achieve birth control.
If it affect ovary or ovulation then it has its effect.This effect is for cycle only & nothing to worry or believe that it will permanently stop your ovulation.
But combination pill is better choice then primolut n for contraception.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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