Q. CAN I STILL PREG­NANT? GET

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If you’re un­der 50, con­tra­cep­tion is ad­vised for at least two years after the last pe­riod. If you’re 50+, it’s ad­vis­able to use con­tra­cep­tion for at least a year after the fi­nal pe­riod. In early postmenopause, there’s a small chance of spon­ta­neous ovu­la­tion so keep us­ing con­doms or di­aphragms. And re­mem­ber, HRT isn’t a con­tra­cep­tive.

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