The Birth Control pill does not help you get pregnant; it prevents pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant after Depo Provera, just have sex. Fertility returns from 1 to 18 months after stopping; ther average is 11 months.
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There is no reason to wait to get pregnant after stopping birth control. It is not harmful to do so.
No, there is no increased rate of miscarriage for women who are pregnant while taking birth control or who get pregnant after stopping birth control.
You get pregnant after stopping the contraceptive implant by having sex without other birth control.
There is no need to wait to get pregnant after stopping the IUD or any other birth control method. You can get pregnant immediately.
how long does it take to get back on your normal cycle after stopping birth control
yes, if you use a condom and it breaks you can get pregnant.
No, there's no way to tell whether a woman was taking birth control when she got pregnant (unless she is pregnant with the implant or IUD).
The risks are the same whether or not you've recently been on birth control.
if your not having your period you probably are pregnant already
If you had sex after stopping use of BC you could be pregnant.
That's a myth.
If you had sex Yes. After you stop taking the pill then you might get pregnant
Birth control pills, ring, patch, DepoProvera and the IUD are not barriers.
No, you and your baby should be fine.
Taking the birth control pill lowers the risk of pregnancy. Not taking the birth control pill does not lower the risk of pregnancy. You are more likely to get pregnant when you are not taking the birth control pill.
Yes you can become pregnant a week after you have stopped taking birth control pills.
There's no special approach - sexual intercourse without birth control will result in pregnancy for 85% of couples within twelve months.
Yes, if you don't take birth control pills daily, you can get pregnant. This is true even if you were on for nine months before stopping.
Yes, fertility returns quickly after stopping birth control pills. If you stopped taking them after just three weeks and continued having sex you can get pregnant.
It may take a few months to be able to conceive again, although some get pregnant very shortly after stopping birth control use. The number of times you stop/start taking birth control does not matter.
Yes. Usually easier, assuming there are no problems with the reproductive system. Generally it is advised to wait at least 6 months before trying to get pregnant after stopping the birth control pill.
Exactly what it says it does... control birth and stopping you from reproducing as you take them
Little to none. Many women are taking birth control when they find out they are pregnant and then stop taking it.
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.