Sometimes, it can take a little longer. Some women conceive immediately after they stop taking the pill. Some women start ovulating immediately and can fall pregnant within weeks, others may have to wait several months, a year or even longer before their cycles return to normal. For many women, it can take a bit of time before you start ovulating again — roughly 6 months. However, the answer to this question is unique to every woman, and it may just be that you can become pregnant much, much quicker. In fact, a fair few of our MFMers have found themselves pregnant almost straight away, just weeks after coming off the pill.
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Thinking about coming off the pill? Straight up, this is one topic that does not get enough airtime. Apart from simply not picking up a repeat prescription, most people who do take the hormonal contraceptive feel clueless about what happens next. You might, for example, have heard rumours that you will put weight on, that your period acne will return and your flow will be irregular. But fear not, ditching this form of birth control doesn't have to backfire if you're up to speed on what really happens. First off, if you're not trying to get pregnant, make sure that you've got a back-up contraceptive figured out. Next, you need to know about the side effects of swerving the tablets — and how to mitigate them.
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Going off of the pill so you can start trying to get pregnant? By Alex Mlynek May 18, The good news is that your fertility will likely return quickly, so you could potentially conceive right away.
The whole idea behind using birth control is for you to decide if and when you want to get pregnant. Does that mean that once you stop taking birth control you will automatically be able to get pregnant? The best answer we can give you is it depends. Well, to answer this question, we need to point out an important distinction: having your fertility return does not automatically mean that you will get pregnant. But, your fertility must return before you can get pregnant.