Published in Women's Health Weekly, October 28th, 1996
For example, fertility awareness can help women understand that pregnancy can still be prevented even days after unprotected intercourse, by using what is termed "emergency contraception." Sperm may live for days inside a woman's body, so fertilization is still possible days after intercourse. Certain types of oral contraceptives (OCs) taken within two or three days after intercourse can still interfere with...
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