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When should I stop birth control to get pregnant? I'm (trying) to schedule conception within a certain window of time.
3 months: There are no clear rules on when to stop pills before trying to get pregnant. At least one cycle probably makes sense to see if and when you may ovulate. Many people take pills to regulate their cycles in addition to contraception. Stop the pills, wait a month to see if you get a spontaneous period, then start trying after that period. If you don't get periods or are not regular, see your doctor. ...Read more
To find conception date do you count back 9 months from the babys birth date even if they were born 4 days early from the due date?
Use due date: To calculate conception you use the due date. Use a reverse due date calculator for free online and this will be easy for you to find out. Simply type in your due date and the conception date will be calculated for you. ...Read more
Is it safe to switch from birth control patch to birth control pills will that effect your cycle and being able to concieve?
What causes menstrual cycles to become shorter and ovulation to occur sooner after going off the birth control pill? Is this common?
No : Pills only mask your natural cycle, they don't alter it at least long term. ...Read more
When is the very earliest implantationbleeding can occur after conception , trying to figure out the father to my fetus& can you have a period, preg?
38 weeks: But we count from the last period so it is 40 weeks. ...Read more
Your OB can: Show you on an OB wheel you are due 38 weeks from your conception date if you were having 28 day cycles. ...Read more
Can taking your birth control pill 6 hours late cause your ovaries to release an egg and the cervical mucus to allow sperm from sunday through to get into the uterus and get me pregnant?
No: If you take a pill each day, regardless of timing, you would have effective protection. The likelihood of spotting and breakthrough bleeding would be increased if you do not take the pill about the same time each day, but the contraceptive efficacy would not be decreased. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When's the best time to have sex to get pregnant? which health factors can affect conception? also want to know frequency of consummation to conceive
Virtual Consult: Your questions will be best answered in detail with a consult. You were taking Depo Lupron (leuprolide) it shows in your info .You probably were being treated for Endometriosis. Fertile phase is usually 14 to 16 days before your next menses or simpler is to be sexually active Day 10 to Day 16 of a 28 day cycle. sex 3 times a week is an average for trying to conceive. Endometriosis can decrease your chances ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do the birth-control pills prevent fertilization or they just prevent the fertilized egg to attach to the uterus?
Multi - ways: Birth control pills work in many ways depending on the type (ie Progesterone only or combination pills). The main function is to stop ovulation from occurring. If no egg is released then there is no egg to fertilize. If this fails and an egg is made and released - the secondary defense is thinning the lining to prevent embryos from implanting. They also effect cervical mucus. ...Read more
What is the probability of birth control pills, condoms, and a vasectomy failing at the same time to result in pregnancy?
Only a miracle: could overcome that or chastityGet a more detailed answer ›
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