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If you have been on birth control for 3 years and ready to go off and to try to conceive when is the possible chance to conceive?

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2015-07-15 19:35:31
2015-07-15 19:35:31

Pretty much the same as if you've never been on the pill. You should wait until you've had one period off the pill before you start trying though. It does take longer for some people than others to get pregnant. The pill really has nothing to do with it though.

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