How long is enough time to give body AF time to become regular
Hi ladies I did a post yesterday but not many people answered so not really non the wiser!! So some advice would be really appreciated..
Just wondering how long is enough time to give your body time and time to become regular after stopping taking BC..
I stopped the BC in Sept last year, had 7 cycles since, not had a BFP and just wondering when i should become regular.. only my periods have been anywhere between cd35 to cd54 and this is hard to know when you ovulate with these really random cycles!!
Just really want to know if any other ladies have been off BC for a good few months now and still not having regular cycles?? I am feeling a bit alone at the moment thinking its just me, but i am sure there are loads of other women on here TTC #1 having stopped the BC who arent regular as of yet?? Should i be getting worried cause there not regular yet??
Please note i was on bc for 12 years never took a break until Sept 08 to TTC #1 any advice would be good, starting to feel like its NEVER going to happen due to these STUPID cycles!!
All i know hon is that i was on the contraceptive pill for about 10 years and it took a year for my periods to become regular and normal again... I think it's different for everyone though. It then took a further 6 months on top of the year for me to fall pregnant. The pregnancy was ectopic unfortunately and I am currently trying again! I don't know whether the pill had anything to do with my problems or if it's just me, but i don't think i'll ever go back on it again, just in case!!
Mine seem to be really irregular, had 2 periods since december. I'm starting agnus castus and if that doesn't work then I'm going to see the doctor. I'm really overweight and I don't think that helps either so going to try and exercise a bit more!
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