This might sound crazy but I just started taking birth control as of this morning and only the reason for that is because I am trying to get pregnant. I know sometimes if you miss a couple pills It can be easier for you to become pregnant faster and I been having so much trouble getting pregnant. So my question is what pills should I miss that might make it easier for me to become pregnant?
You're right, you do sound crazy. Did you tell the doc that prescribed the pills this? There is no way to tell you what pill to miss as this is not a function of birth control pills. If you miss pills you have a greater chance of getting pregnant then if you take them all correctly, but its still lower then if you weren't taking anything.
don't delete your account!! and I do know that Kaismama was not trying to upset you...
Now... actually you don't sound crazy to me!! I have a very close girlfriend who actually became pregnant this way and her GYN is the one who suggested it! She stopped taking the pill when she was half way through the pack of pills but, she didn't take anymore for the rest of the month and she kept track of when she should start the next pack, (the way that she did this was she would take the pill out of the pack and throw it away and when she threw away the last pill in the pack she knew to start the next pack the next day). she didn't get pregnant the first month, but she did the second month. And this was after trying to get pregnant for almost 3 years with no luck! Now, I am not trying to get your hopes up because it could have just been a coincidence... and this isn't an ideal way to try and become pregnant, but it probably won't hurt you to try it for a few months and if your doctor knows about it and you are doing it under his or her care it may be worth a try!!
I wish you luck!! and keep your account open I would love to know if you have luck with this!!
Keep me posted if you would like to!
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