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Planning for taking birth controls for 3 months. Later will this affect pregnancy?

Hi, i m in age 36 and never get pills. Me and my husband having plan to have kid but decided to get only three months pills dian 35 and then stop and go for pregency. My question is, is that affect my pregency? Is that make my pregency by delay or any other problems? Is there any changes in my hormones by getting 3 months pills? What s the fastet way to get pregnant after stop taking pills? Thanks, Sue
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Hi Sue,
Thank you for posting your question here I will try to answer it to the best of my abilities.

Many women take contraceptive pills for months, even years before they decide they want to get pregnant and from what I have seen in my career they usually always manage to get pregnant unless is their some other problem with them.

The best way to get pregnant is by having intercourse on the days when you are ovulating, so when you see your doctor for the prescription for contraceptives, ask him how to calculate the days when you are ovulating.
In case he doesnt know how to calculate them, refer to me and I will let you know.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Thu, 11 Jul 2013
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