17 Jun 2011
The usual recommendation is to begin trying to get pregnant 6 months after stopping the birth control pill. Many women have gotten successfully pregnant before 6 months, of course, but to have all the hormones out of your system and to allow your own cycles to normalize it takes about 6 months.
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I'm bleeding for three weeks sence on taking seasonique for the past ten weeks and it have not stop?
i am taking seasonique ten weeks i notice I'm bleeding for about two weeks going three without no sign of stopping any time soon and i am going ...
1 answer • 26 Nov 2009
I am taking Seasonique and my breast recently started leaking took pregnancy test but came up negat?
Is this a side effect of the pill? What should I do?
1 answer • 20 Jan 2010
... yellow pills now and haven't started my period yet, but took a pregnancy test and I am not pregnant. Is this normal?
1 answer • 7 Jan 2011
Ive been taking seasonique I had unprotected sex and I think my bf ejaculated should I be concerned?
... about being pregnant ? It was 3 days ago but i take my pills everyday at the same time
1 answer • 5 Feb 2014
I take my pill since day one at 8am but today is only my fifth day on seasonique. What should I do? Should I take a plan b??
1 answer • 23 Aug 2014