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Fertility Tips For The Couple Who's Trying

7. Don't Worry, Fertility Is Not Negatively Impacted By Birth Control
"In a recent survey on 1,000 Americans (ages 25-44) conducted by leading fertility clinic, CCRM (Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine), nearly 70% of respondents think prolonged use of birth control pills negatively affects fertility, despite that there is no clinical evidence to suggest this. Contrary to what many people think, there is no clinical evidence to support that being on birth control does anything to hurt a woman’s chances of getting pregnant," he added.