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Once you begin ovulating again, you can become pregnant. Ovulation usually occurs 2-4 weeks after coming off the pill. Sometimes it may take as long as 8 weeks before you begin Ovulating. If you've had a withdrawal bleed then there is a 1% risk of pregnancy.

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