I would stop when you come back from your honeymoon then if you plan to TTC straight away. I've gotten pregnant twice the 2nd month of trying straight after coming off the pill. I do have normal cycles and I have no reason to think I have any fertility issues (if you do, then that might mean you think of coming off sooner, but again, if you would rather use the hormones to control your periods for your wedding and honeymoon, I'd do that). My temps were a little more wonky the second time, but they settled down after one cycle off and obviously I got pregnant quickly both times. I'm also 36. My friend who is the same age has gotten pregnant twice now coming off the pill the first cycle without even getting a period! You know your body and what's right for you though, but if it was me, I'd say on until you get through everything and back from your honeymoon so you don't have to be worrying about it when you should be enjoying yourself.
I agree with everything said above. You know your body and your timeline best.
We are planning to TTC in March and I only came off my pill at the beginning of February when I finished my last pack. We did not want to risk conceiving any earlier than February and are fine with it if it takes longer so it made sense to me to wait until then.
If I were you I would stop taking them after the honeymoon, but if you are worried it will take a while for your body to regulate and you want to TTC right away then a few months in advance might make more sense for you.
Thanks mindutopia and karoolia! I think I'm getting hung up unnecessarily on conceiving immediately and getting the timing just right for a honeymoon baby... so silly I know!! Thank you both for the advise
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