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How long does birth control stay in your system?


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2015-07-16 18:04:17
2015-07-16 18:04:17

As soon as you bleed it has gone. that is a withdrawal bleed, meaning the hormones are out of your system. However they may have depressed your own hormone production which may take a while to get back to normal.

Less than three days.

It stays in your system for 3 months.

it only lasts for like 12 hours anyway

i have heard up to 6 months and i have heard the day you stop taking it. it really all depends on how fast your body gets back into the rythem of ovulating and being regular. i started ovulating the month i stopped taking mine. i have always been regular 28 day cycle and ovulate on the 14th day. so it just depends on you. everyone is different!!!

No longer than it would stay in someone's system that's been taking it for 6 months. You should become fertile within a fairly short amount of time after going off of the pill, a few weeks at most.

From what I have been reading on this site and others, it seems that it takes approximately two weeks to a month for all of the birth control hormones to leave your system.

I was taking the pill for 3 years. I was off the pill for not even a month and I became pregnant. It could also depend on your body as well.

Birth control pills will stay in your system for 3 months.


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