The need for contraception to prevent pregnancy ends only at menopause when menses permanently end, signalling that the ovaries are no longer producing eggs that could be fertilized.
Menopause is considered to have occurred only after a woman has not menstruated for one year. However, for a period of about four years before menopause — during peri-menopause — a woman’s ovaries may intermittently produce eggs, and she may become pregnant if she remains sexually active and does not use contraception.
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