Hi everyone I have been a member of this group for a few months but this is my first time ever writting a discussion post, but anywayz. I was just wondering what significance taking birth control pills at a younger age before trying to get pregnant has to do with when you actually want to have kids. The doctor gave me birth control pills to get my period when I was 16 and 17 but since i was 18 I have not been on them and I get a period about 6-8 times a year. I have heard that for the future I should go back on them and get my full 12 times a year for a better chance of conciveing children in the future. Can someone please tell me how this works since when I am trying to concieve a child this option will not be available to me?
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