yes i got pregnant first month after coming off the pill but now wish i had waited so my body had chance to get back to normal as i miscarried at 13 weeks, not saying it was coming off the pill and not waiting that caused it though
yeah i think it depends on how long you are on it for,
and i think it is common to fall when coming off the pill but prehaps umcommon for it to be a viable pregnancy as your body needs to regulate and learn how to do things on its own
I'm in the same situation! I came of Ortho Tri Cyclin Lo. I stopped mid pack, got my withdrawal bleeding for about a week and now I'm playing the waiting game. AF should arrive this weekend if I'm not pregnant (also depends since this is my first month off BC).
I was on microgynon 30 for 5 years which i stopped last june and i only started having a normal cycle in feb, I'm finally starting to get a feel for my cycles are like and trying to judge when i ovulate. It was a really stressful time the waiting to see if you body normalises quickily or not. But i am glad now I have fallen back into my 28day cycle
I haven't heard anything that would suggest that women have a greater chance of miscarriage the first cycle after quitting the pill. Doctors like for women to wait a cycle, but that's because the due date is easier to calculate. It's also easier to distinguish pill withdrawal symptoms from pregnancy symptoms, as well as to calculate cycles and ovulation.
You can get pregnant the first cycle, but I would say that this is the exception to the rule. Many women have to wait a little while to ovulate after coming off of the pill. This is normal and should regulate within a few months.
That being said, I am very sorry to hear of the losses on this thread. Wishing everyone luck and bfps in the very near future!
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