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Which contraceptives should a breastfeeding woman opt for ?

i am 22 years old Nursing mother would like to take contraceptive for spacing . My daughter is 4 months old now and started weaning. which contraceptive method will be most effective for me?? I am healthy and have no medical history of any illness ..
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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Ideally Progesterone contraceptive or condom is recommended for contraception. You need to consult your Gynaecologist who will weight the pros and risks of using Progesterone in you. You can safely use condom provided you do not have allergy to latex, but only after consulting with your Gynaecologist who can evaluate you before prescribing type of contraception.
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