I've been taking birth control for 17 years and now my husband and I are talking about having a baby. How long would it take to get pregnant?
12 Feb 2013
It is recommended that you wait 6 months after stopping birth control to become pregnant but many women dont wait that long. Some women are very fertile and get pregnant right away and some take a longer time. Your body should be back to its normal patterns 3-6 months after stopping the birth control hormones.
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