Waiting for that stork to drop of your little bundle of joy is one of the most difficult times in a woman's life. Without experiencing that situation first hand, few people can understand the emotions that women experience trying to fall pregnant - the excitement and hope each month followed by the heart shattering despair.
So you're trying to get pregnant? Is it just me has EVERYBODY ELSE got babies? It seems that everywhere you turn, there they are - has the world be over run by pram pushing mothers?
If you're here, then you are probably wondering if it's possible to get pregnant after using the pill for a prolonged period of time. You're probably also looking for some tips that will help you get pregnant fast
So is it possible to get pregnant after the Pill?
Yes, yes it absolutely is possible to get pregnant after using the pill, sometimes for years or even decades at a time.
That's one of the wonderful things about the pill - the speed in which the effects are reversible. While you won't get pregnant the very night you stop taking the pill, you will most likely resume ovulation four to six weeks after ceasing treatment.
It is indeed possible to fall pregnant before that time. It was once thought that you should wait 2-3 menstrual cycles before conceiving - they thought that you would be at a higher risk of miscarriage if you were to fall pregnant right away.
You will be happy to know that this is not the case and that no studies have found a link between the two.
And you know what that means? You can get started straight away....yaaayyyy!! =)