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  1. Arti says:

    If you’re in your 40s and are still having periods, you could still get pregnant. They can help regulate your periods if they are heavy or irregular. Very-low-dose birth control pills protect you from pregnancy. Another potential benefit’s protection from cancer of the ovary and uterus. Very-low-dose birth control pills not only prevent pregnancy but may also have a few health benefits. During the seven days without medicine, your period will start. There may be a few risk that estrogen increases the risk of breast cancer, but this hasn’t been proved. The hormone doses in these pills are so low that most women don’t have side effects. Seven days later (this will be on a Sunday), you’ll start taking the very-low-dose oral contraceptives for another cycle (21 days on the hormone pills, seven days off). If you’re perimenopausal but you aren’t having regular periods, you can probably take a hormone called medroxyprogesterone acetate (brand name: Provera) to start your period. (Your doctor

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