hi, i just wonder'd if any other ladies have tryed to concieve after taking the pill cezarette? I really want to become a mum, I feel that at the moment is the only thing missing in my life. I just came off the pill 3 days ago and I’m wondering how long it takes to get pregnant or if anyone had some issues? Should I go to my GP ?
These ladies got pregnant very quickly & are in the minority OP. That's not saying you won't fall just as quickly but you also might not & thats 100% normal too, anything up to a year is seen as normal as you only have a 20% chance of concieving every month even if everything is fine. I don't think there would be any reason to see a GP right now, just wait for your withdrawal bleed then when that stops considering yourself TTC... good luck!
Came off it at the end of January and still waiting for success. It's hard not to get too obsessive about the whole ttc thing straight away but keeping your mind occupied whilst waiting for withdrawal bleed is a good start!
I came off it when TTC no 1. Took 6 months for periods to go back to normal and 13 months to conceive. I haven’t been back on hormonal contraception since DC1, and DC2 and 3 (currently pregnant) were conceived on 1st and 2nd cycles.
Hey @MMRG Like the others have said it’s very mixed! I came off Cerazette in October and didn’t have a proper period until January but haven’t been regular since then. Everyone’s completely different. When I mentioned to a nurse about coming off the pill she just said to take folic acid but that the GP wouldn’t make any onward referrals until I had been actively trying for a year. I hope you have no issues conceiving and it happens nice and quickly for you! Xx
Came off it in August last year. Had my first bleed 27 days later. I've had a cycle of 26-27 days regularly ever since. I don't ovulate regularly though and we haven't had any luck with conception as yet. Bottom line...everyone is different. I don't think I will ever go back on the pill though, as it made me question how it was affecting my body. Again, that's just my personal choice.