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Any medicine or injection available in market for long time birth controll without taking daily pill and condoms.
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Yes there is an intramuscular injection called Depo-Provera, that can be taken every 12 weeks. But, when used for more than 1-2 years it can cause reduction in bone density which is reversible and prolonged period of amenorrhea (no periods) initially. It can also cause, spotting of blood for even a month.
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