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what are some ways to prevent pregnancy but still get your period each month?

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Dr. Stephen Southard
15 years experience Internal Medicine
Birth control: Many forms of hormonal birth control allow for regular periods to continue to occur. Additionally, you can utilize spermacides and barrier contraception like male/female condoms, diaphragms, cervical caps, etc.
Answered on Sep 29, 2016
Dr. Olakitan Akinjagunla
Specializes in Internal Medicine
Birth control pills: This can be prescribed by your physician so you get breakthrough bleeding every month
Answered on Aug 25, 2014

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