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Can I get pregnant after menopause?

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No, but you need to make sure that you truly are in menopause, which means you haven't had your period for an entire year. Your doctor can do a test to see if you are in menopause. Until you know for sure, keep using contraception if you don't want to get pregnant.

From: Your Health in Postmenopause WebMD Medical Reference

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North American Menopause Society.

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on May 04, 2018

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North American Menopause Society.

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on May 04, 2018

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