At 41, Bonnie needed a short-term birth control method until she starts trying next year. She tried a birth control app, and here’s what happened.
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At 18, I decided that I never wanted to have kids. Now that I’m 41 and have a successful corporate career behind me, I’ve changed my mind.
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