The Pill: How to take it correctly and effectively to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
Read More in India has been known to be extremely effective at preventing pregnancy and has been used by women in the past for years.
A survey conducted by the University of California, Los Angeles found that nearly 80% of women taking the Pill said they were able to conceive after the first pill, which is significantly higher than the 20-25% success rate reported for other contraceptive methods.
The results also showed that women who had taken the Pill for the first time were more likely to be able to stop having children, with half of women saying they were not likely to have a child in the next year.
The survey also found that about 40% of the Pill users reported that they had not been able to get pregnant during their Pill-use.
But a report published last year in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology found that the Pill’s effectiveness in preventing pregnancy has been overestimated by the pharmaceutical industry, which uses inaccurate or misleading data to market the drug.
The pharmaceutical industry claims that the pill is 99.9% effective at stopping pregnancy, but a study published in 2015 by researchers at the University at Buffalo found that more than half of the women who took the Pill experienced some sort of miscarriage within the first three months.