In: Diseases | 08.01.2018
First off, allow me a assure you that no matter what people say, taking birth control is your choice alone.
Now, stopping you birth control wont instantly cause you to become fertile. It’ll take 2 to 4 weeks for your body to normalize, as the point of birth control is to prevent fertilization in the long term. Which is also the reason why for the first 2 to 4 weeks of taking them, you should remember to use condoms or other preventatives, as the medication hasn’t reached full effectiveness.
What will happen when you stop, is an irregular and often prolonged period (the one you’re currently having) and maybe a much more minor irregular period in about a month. After that, everything should be back to normal.
I would still recommend that you consult you doctor or OB/GYN, at least to let him/her known of you choice and learn about your possibilities.
More often than not, they start you out on a general birth control pill, and upon learning about difficulties/side-effect that the patient find unpleasant, have a plethora of other medication that will be much less unpleasant. They do this because everyone’s biochemistry is slightly different, and therefore will react fairly different to the same medication.
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