It is not unusual forint to take a few months for your periods to be regular again after stopping the combination pill. I don't understand why you would want to resume long heavy painful periods when so many good alternatives available to you. It was never natural for women to have monthly periods especially with incapacitating pain. Women were either pregnant or lactating most of the time during their reproductive years. If combination birth control pills are not a suitable choice for you, you might want to consider the Mirena
IUD. There is no reason to suffer long heavy cycles. Of course I may be overlooking the obvious that you were trying to conceive. If you have any concerns about pregnancy
, I would suggest a urine pregnancy test. If it is negative then you did not conceive in the previous month. There is no contraceptive
carryover effect from birth control pills. You have a good chance of conceiving if you're having regular intercourse. You're most likely to be fertile around day 12 counting day one as the first date of the last menstrual period. If a first morning urine does indicate a pregnancy then you need to get a quantitative blood test
and find out whether you're miscarrying or still pregnant. I wish you good luck.Thanks for your confidence.