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Can't take pills, can I be tested for fertility?
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Trinity121 - March 18

Hi All,
I know I am in a wring board, as I do not want to get pregnant, but it seemed wrong asking this elsewhere.

I was in a relationship where I felt right to have a baby, so me and my partner didn't use any contraceptive method.

Now that relationship resolved, and 2 years on I am with someone else. Due to our age it is pretty much decided that we do not want kids.

I have taken contraceptive pills before, tried depo-provera, too, and none agreed with me. I had weight gain and mood swings and irregular bleeding, it was HELL. (I do not want to try ring or implant for this experience.)

My partner is uncomfortable using condoms, so at the moment we are having hard time deciding what to do.

The thing is, while I was with my last partner for 2 years, even though we weren't trying that hard I did not get pregnant. I was beginning to feel that I may be reproductively challenged.

If I am inconceivable then I do not want to risk my health by going on pill again, especially at my age (am very close to being 40.)

Is there any way I can test myself in order to avoid taking pills?

Please advise.
Thank you.

 

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