Birth Control Pill

Are you more likely to get pregnant right when you get off the pill?


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2015-07-16 17:50:25
2015-07-16 17:50:25

No, you are just as likely as if you were never on the pill. For some women it takes a while after they get off the pill, but it possibly could take that long if they weren't ever on the pill. It is reccomended to wait until you have had one regular period off the pill before trying though.


I agree with the last comment. It usually takes about 6 months to fall pregnant off the pill, as your body will still have the pill in your system for about three months. Any drug will stay in your system for up to three months. I will wait for one or two regular periods. Don't be upset if you don't conceive because it can take about 6 months normally.


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maybe... but it is more likely that your pill is too weak for you

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