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Stopped taking Femilon. Will I ovulate after completing dose?

Hi, I am 24. I have stopped taking my contraception femilon pill on Sunday 23 February. I have not yet got my periods after completion of this months dosage. If I try to conceive now will I get pregnant. Also does a lady ovulate after completing her pills and then get her periods or it is just because the lining is shed and hence there is a period.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Return of ovulation may take a couple of months after the stoppage of pills. In fact, certain low-dose combinations allow ovulation to continue while providing contraception. The oral contraceptive pills act by inhibiting ovulation, making the endometrial lining unfavorable for implantation and making the cervical mucus hostile for sperm entry. You can try for natural conception for a few months if you do not have any other constraints before you approach a doctor for help. Take care.
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