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Answered 2006-07-14 22:46:47

Hi, The pill remains in your system for 3 months. After you experience a break through bleeding (when you stop the pill) the BCP is reducing in your system and you can begin ovulating straight after the bleed or any time during the 3 months.


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Every woman is different when it comes to regular periods after discontinuing birth control. Some women start back regularly within a month and others can take years to become regular again.

Sometimes you ovulate because your vagina is just getting rid of the extra stuff. (discharge) or you start ovulating about 14 days before your period. Depending on how old you are. Or it could also be an infection, so their are a lot of stuff it can be. My recommendation is that you go to the doctor to get it checked out.

it's possible. depends on if you've stopped having your menstrual cycle or not. as long as your having a period, your ovulating. As long as your ovulating, you can get pregnant!

Everyone is different, but you can expect it to be gone in about a week.

You don't have to eat any particular foods to start your period, as long as you are healthy your periods will start naturally when they are due to start. Menstruation is part of your menstrual cycle, these will only start once you are physically mature enough to start ovulating.

you will begin ovulation within 14 days (sometimes sooner) of receiving the withdrawal bleed.

If you are breast feeding, ovulation can be delayed until the baby starts solids or until you start supplementing formula - for 6 months or more. If you are not breast feeding you can ovulate as early as 15 days after the birth.

There is no way to know for sure, because a month is 28-31 days long. So your cycle is not perfectly regular or you would have a different start day each month. Generally speaking, you are probably ovulating about 14 days after the start of your period. You might find this information helpful:

If you have a long cycle like 32 days you could.

you can not get pregnant while you have your period. you can only get pregnant when you are ovulating. ovulation happens about two weeks after your last period. if you are trying for a baby then the doctors can tell you when you are ovulating

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The pharmacy has ovulation tests that will tell you the best day to get pregnant. Clearblue easy also has a device found over the counter that will tell you when you are ovulating.

Some women get mittleschmertz when they ovulate

As long as you are ovulating, you can still get pregnant.

One time if she is ovulating. A few seconds is enough.

Librium is a tranquilizer in the benzodiazepine family. The drug will stay in the system a few days after discontinuing use.

your cycle is 28 days long. The first day of your cycle is the first day you start to bleed You ovulate anywhere between the 12-16 day of you cycle Then you should start you period on the 29th day Unless you have abnormal period It also depends on the woman The average cycle last 28 days

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Should be normal for you. Mine was normal, it took a while for it to return though, and even longer for me to start ovulating again.

Having gone through infertility, I have heard that the side effects can last up to 3 months.

Assuming the prednisolone was given orally, the vast majority of the moonfaced-ness will disappear over a couple of months (sometimes quicker).

It all depends when you start ovulating again. You can get pregnant again without ever getting a period since the egg comes before a period. If you breast-feed your period typically comes back later.

Yes if she have started ovulating. Not long ago a 9yo girl was raped and got pregnant in Brazil.

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