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When To End Your Birth Control Method

Though there is no exact time to end birth control and try to conceive, these are when you can expect your cycle to come on different birth control methods.

Birth Control Pills

If you’re taking a combination of two pills (those with the estrogen and progestin pill), the cycle of most women drops to normal within one to three months, which makes the possibility of getting pregnant faster. Within a year of stopping the pill, most women are able to get pregnant.

Progestin-only type of pill (sometimes known as mini pill) does not really prevent ovulation like combination type of pills. they rather thin the uterine lining to be able to prevent a fertilized egg from implanting itself. But the sake of the uterine lining begins to thicken again the moment you stop taking these pills, it’s highly possible to get pregnant within weeks or days.

Birth Control Patches and Vaginal Rings

There is a high chance of getting pregnant right after you stop using your birth control patch or a vaginal ring (whether you’ve not gotten a period since you stopped using it or not). Nevertheless, it can take up to a few months for your menstrual cycle to drop back to its normal state. This means that the period of the cycle you will experience is going to be after using birth control. 28 days cycle is not what every woman hasSome of the women begin ovulation 1-3 months after they end using these birth control methods.

Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) and Implants

After removing your Intrauterine device or implants, it’s really possible to get pregnant at once, but actually, women begin ovulating within a month following the removal of the device. Note: the removal of any of these devices should be done during a scheduled period with your provider.

Inject-able Birth Control

Unlike other types of birth control, there can be a longer period of time before becoming pregnant after using injectable birth control. it sometimes takes 10 months or longer periods for some women for ovulation to begin again. Even though other forms of birth control is possible to get pregnant earlier, There’s no option to know how long it will take for you.

Regardless of which type of birth control you used before trying to conceive, it’s helpful to follow and focus on your menstrual cycle once your period comes to give you the knowledge of when your ovulation is going to begin(this is mostly when you are fertile and have the highest chances of getting pregnant).

It’s a good idea to schedule some time to speak with your provider about your objectives to become pregnant and stop birth control. Your provider can analyse your health history, review your other medications and supplements, and possibly make a proposal that could increase your chances of getting pregnant.

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