Question by  wire (43)

What is the probability of getting pregnant the first month off birth control pills?

I want to get off the pill and get pregnant just hopefully not the first month.


Answer by  Angie83 (180)

It is not uncommon for a woman to get pregnant in the first month after stopping birth control pills. Because the birth control pills influence your body's cycles with hormones, you should wait at least a couple months to try to become pregnant. The rate of multiple births is increased the first month after stopping the birth control pill.


Answer by  sonyacarlson (695)

The probability is pretty low. Your body is trying to get back into a rhythm, but it needs a few months to get on track. If you don't get pregnant in a year, seek help.


Answer by  Anonymous

It is actually REALLY likely. Doctors recommend women who try to get pregnant to get on the pill for a few months. To those who think it is rare, tell it to my five-year-old :))


Answer by  salina (943)

Not medical Advice: There is a very good chance of become pregnet after going of of birth control. If you have some doubt consult OB. Good Luck.


Answer by  kfwyatt (138)

The probability of getting pregnant during the first month after discontinuing birth control pills would be the same as any other month.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Getting pregnant the first month off of birth control is not unheard of but it is also not likely. It takes time for your body to adjust to not being on the pill. For the most part most doctors say that it takes up to six months to get pregnant once stopping the pill.


Answer by  JJP (360)

It depends on how long you have taken it. If it not long its possible get pg the first month, if its been awhile it might take a some time.

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