birth control


Question by  hellokitty (48)

How long does it usually take to get pregnant after you stop birth control?

I am on the pill.


Answer by  Mary (2095)

For most it takes about three months. However, depending on your health and if you have been pregnant before it can be longer or shorter. Personally, one month.


Answer by  NGoodson (3395)

The length of time it takes to get pregnant after you stop birth control can vary. Some women get pregnant right away, depending on where they are in their ovulation cycle. This is why it's important not to miss a birth control pill. Some women need a few months after being off the pill before they can get pregnant.


Answer by  jelm (35)

Anytime you miss a pill, you can ovulate so yo are always at risk. For some women, it can take a few months. Doctors recommend that you wait a couple of months to allow your body to adjust to your hormones.


Answer by  ljb (159)

Everyone is very different when it comes to getting pregnant. You could get pregnant as soon as you stop taking birth control or it could take several months for your system to fall into a normal cycle.


Answer by  decomom (923)

It is best to stop taking the pill and use an alternate method such as condoms for a couple of months to allow time for your hormones to adjust. After that you can get pregnant at any time, my first pregnancy was a month and my second was 4 months.


Answer by  snessia (991)

It varies. It can happen your first cycle after you stop, but typically it can take a little longer as your cycle becomes more regular.

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