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你做出了决定:你会尝试一个婴儿。那么,当你离开避孕药时,你能期待什么?

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You've made your decision: you're going to try for a baby. So, what can you expect when you come off the contraceptive pill?<\/p>","value":"

You've made your decision: you're going to try for a baby. So, what can you expect when you come off the contraceptive pill?<\/p>"},{"meta_id":106219,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body","meta_value":"a:11:{i:0;s:7:\"content\";i:1;s:3:\"mpu\";i:2;s:7:\"content\";i:3;s:5:\"video\";i:4;s:7:\"content\";i:5;s:5:\"image\";i:6;s:7:\"content\";i:7;s:7:\"content\";i:8;s:7:\"content\";i:9;s:6:\"button\";i:10;s:3:\"mpu\";}","value":["content","mpu","content","video","content","image","content","content","content","button","mpu"]},{"meta_id":106220,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_0_content","meta_value":"

Is it safe to conceive straight after coming off the pill?<\/h2>

There's no need to wait to try to conceive after you come off the pill. It's safe to get pregnant straight away. Some doctors advise waiting so that your body can return to its natural cycle and you'll have a clear idea of when you're ovulating<\/a> and your due date. However, a scan will date the pregnancy and if you're really keen to crack on, not waiting shouldn't adversely affect your pregnancy in any way.<\/p>","value":"

Is it safe to conceive straight after coming off the pill?<\/h2>

There's no need to wait to try to conceive after you come off the pill. It's safe to get pregnant straight away. Some doctors advise waiting so that your body can return to its natural cycle and you'll have a clear idea of when you're ovulating<\/a> and your due date. However, a scan will date the pregnancy and if you're really keen to crack on, not waiting shouldn't adversely affect your pregnancy in any way.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":766201,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_edit_last","meta_value":"12","value":"12"},{"meta_id":766202,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_expiration-date-status","meta_value":"saved","value":"saved"},{"meta_id":766203,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_edit_lock","meta_value":"1627919917:12","value":"1627919917:12"},{"meta_id":766215,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_title","meta_value":"field_5ff8482f6b791","value":"field_5ff8482f6b791"},{"meta_id":766216,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_metadata_meta_description","meta_value":"field_5ff848406b792","value":"field_5ff848406b792"},{"meta_id":766217,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"0","value":"0"},{"meta_id":766218,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_metadata_do_not_allow_indexing","meta_value":"field_60255d5f751c0","value":"field_60255d5f751c0"},{"meta_id":766219,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"metadata","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766220,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_metadata","meta_value":"field_5fd3830066848","value":"field_5fd3830066848"},{"meta_id":766221,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"show_sponsored_content_disclaimer","meta_value":"0","value":"0"},{"meta_id":766222,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_show_sponsored_content_disclaimer","meta_value":"field_6070087df5508","value":"field_6070087df5508"},{"meta_id":766223,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_0_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":766224,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_1_id","meta_value":"1","value":"1"},{"meta_id":766225,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_1_id","meta_value":"field_605356a45ac1b","value":"field_605356a45ac1b"},{"meta_id":766226,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_2_content","meta_value":"

\u201cI came off the pill to try to conceive, and my GP said there is no problem with trying straight away and that it's a bit of a myth about womb linings not being sufficient etc. One thing: if you used the pill to manage painful periods (as I did) you might want to get to the bottom of what caused the period pain. In my case it was endometriosis \u2013 those things could have some bearing on conception.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

Do you know when you're ovulating?<\/h2>

Try our ovulation calculator <\/a><\/strong><\/p>

Do I need to finish my current packet of pills or can I just stop mid-packet?<\/h3>

You can come off the pill at any time. You might get a withdrawal bleed if you stop mid-packet \u2013 this bleed isn't a sign of ovulation<\/a> and so it can make working out when you're ovulating rather confusing. But, yes, if you're keen to get started, it's fine to stop mid-cycle.<\/p>

How long does it take to get pregnant after the pill?<\/h3>

On average, it takes one to three months for the body to resume ovulation, although it can take longer. The pill prevents ovulation by artificially regulating your body's hormones. When you stop taking it, your hormone levels return to normal.<\/p>

Some women ovulate and conceive hours after taking their last pill, particularly if they've been using a progestogen-only type \u2013 but of course, things aren't always that speedy.<\/p>

One of the signs you\u2019re ovulating again is the return of your periods. A period occurs naturally about 14 to 16 days after ovulation. This is different from the bleed that you have while taking the pill, which is simply caused by the sudden decrease in hormones when you have a week off the pill or you take placebos for a week.<\/p>","value":"

\u201cI came off the pill to try to conceive, and my GP said there is no problem with trying straight away and that it's a bit of a myth about womb linings not being sufficient etc. One thing: if you used the pill to manage painful periods (as I did) you might want to get to the bottom of what caused the period pain. In my case it was endometriosis \u2013 those things could have some bearing on conception.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

Do you know when you're ovulating?<\/h2>

Try our ovulation calculator <\/a><\/strong><\/p>

Do I need to finish my current packet of pills or can I just stop mid-packet?<\/h3>

You can come off the pill at any time. You might get a withdrawal bleed if you stop mid-packet \u2013 this bleed isn't a sign of ovulation<\/a> and so it can make working out when you're ovulating rather confusing. But, yes, if you're keen to get started, it's fine to stop mid-cycle.<\/p>

How long does it take to get pregnant after the pill?<\/h3>

On average, it takes one to three months for the body to resume ovulation, although it can take longer. The pill prevents ovulation by artificially regulating your body's hormones. When you stop taking it, your hormone levels return to normal.<\/p>

Some women ovulate and conceive hours after taking their last pill, particularly if they've been using a progestogen-only type \u2013 but of course, things aren't always that speedy.<\/p>

One of the signs you\u2019re ovulating again is the return of your periods. A period occurs naturally about 14 to 16 days after ovulation. This is different from the bleed that you have while taking the pill, which is simply caused by the sudden decrease in hormones when you have a week off the pill or you take placebos for a week.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":766227,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_2_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":766228,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_3_title","meta_value":"Early signs of pregnancy","value":"Early signs of pregnancy"},{"meta_id":766229,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_3_title","meta_value":"field_602a92df01c22","value":"field_602a92df01c22"},{"meta_id":766230,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_3_video","meta_value":"https:\/\/youtu.be\/BY5_EYN4mmc","value":"https:\/\/youtu.be\/BY5_EYN4mmc"},{"meta_id":766231,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_3_video","meta_value":"field_5ff713802e4be","value":"field_5ff713802e4be"},{"meta_id":766232,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_4_content","meta_value":"

It's not unusual for your first couple of post-pill cycles to be irregular, or longer than usual; in fact, about one in 30 women won\u2019t get a period for many months after they come off the pill. If this happens, it doesn't necessarily mean that you aren't ovulating \u2013 just that your cycle is not regular and you may need to use other methods to find out when ovulation is taking place. If this continues and you\u2019re concerned about it, make an appointment with your GP.<\/p>

Is it harder to get pregnant after being on the pill?<\/h3>

Some women report anecdotally that they have problems, but the chances are that any difficulties they have conceiving<\/a> would have presented themselves, regardless of whether they\u2019d taken the pill or not.<\/p>

It\u2019s been shown that the chances of getting pregnant after being on the pill are broadly similar to those of getting pregnant after stopping using condoms or other non-hormonal forms of contraception. The problem is that the pill can sometimes mask fertility issues such as PCOS. This means that when you come off it and have difficulty conceiving, it appears that the pill was the problem, when the issue is likely to be something else.<\/p>","value":"

It's not unusual for your first couple of post-pill cycles to be irregular, or longer than usual; in fact, about one in 30 women won\u2019t get a period for many months after they come off the pill. If this happens, it doesn't necessarily mean that you aren't ovulating \u2013 just that your cycle is not regular and you may need to use other methods to find out when ovulation is taking place. If this continues and you\u2019re concerned about it, make an appointment with your GP.<\/p>

Is it harder to get pregnant after being on the pill?<\/h3>

Some women report anecdotally that they have problems, but the chances are that any difficulties they have conceiving<\/a> would have presented themselves, regardless of whether they\u2019d taken the pill or not.<\/p>

It\u2019s been shown that the chances of getting pregnant after being on the pill are broadly similar to those of getting pregnant after stopping using condoms or other non-hormonal forms of contraception. The problem is that the pill can sometimes mask fertility issues such as PCOS. This means that when you come off it and have difficulty conceiving, it appears that the pill was the problem, when the issue is likely to be something else.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":766233,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_4_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":766234,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_5_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766235,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_5_title","meta_value":"field_602a92c901c21","value":"field_602a92c901c21"},{"meta_id":766236,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_5_image_image","meta_value":"20754","value":"20754"},{"meta_id":766237,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941a","value":"field_5ff70e497941a"},{"meta_id":766238,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_5_image_text","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766239,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_text","meta_value":"field_60103b17570e9","value":"field_60103b17570e9"},{"meta_id":766240,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_5_image_width","meta_value":"full","value":"full"},{"meta_id":766241,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_5_image_width","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941b","value":"field_5ff70e497941b"},{"meta_id":766242,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_5_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766243,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_5_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e4979419","value":"field_5ff70e4979419"},{"meta_id":766244,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_6_content","meta_value":"

Equally, there are no proven positives to pill use where fertility is concerned. Some people talk about a fertility boost directly after coming off the contraceptive pill, but there's no real evidence to back this up.<\/p>

\u201cBefore I had my son I was on Microgynon for donkey\u2019s years. After the withdrawal bleed (a few days after stopping) my cycles went pretty much back to normal straight away (give or take a few days) and I conceived three months after stopping the pill. After having him, I changed to Cerazette. When I stopped taking it to TTC it took from November until January to get my periods back.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

Is there a higher risk of miscarriage if I get pregnant straight away?<\/h3>

Almost certainly not. Even if you become pregnant while still taking the pill, there should be no increased miscarriage risk. The evidence is not absolutely conclusive, but there have been no studies that suggest a definitive link between the two.<\/p>

What are the side effects of coming off the pill?<\/h2>

Stopping taking the pill will result in a withdrawal bleed. Wherever you are in your packet, stopping taking the pill will mean you will have a bleed of up to a week \u2013 think of this as your seven-day break.<\/p>

Normally this bleed won't last longer than a week, but if it feels excessive and goes on much longer than seven days, speak to your GP.<\/p>

It's difficult to say exactly when you will have your first period 'off' the pill. This is because few women's bodies work like clockwork \u2013 most are affected by various factors, including external ones such as stress.<\/p>

Side effects after one month<\/h3>

The synthetic hormones of the pill leave your body fairly quickly after you stop taking the pill. Within a month you may notice changes, including a change in vaginal discharge (it may become less dry), an increase in libido and a decrease in breast size. You may also notice weight loss (although this is just water weight) and a possible return of any cramps that you didn't experience when on the pill.<\/p>

Side effects after three months<\/h3>

When you come off the pill, you may notice changes in your mood. Many women say they feel better, while some women report feeling worse, picking up again around month three. It could be a good idea to keep a diary of your mood changes, so you can track when you think these changes might be related to coming off the contraceptive pill or not.<\/p>

Side effects after one year<\/h3>

Your periods should now be back to normal. If they're not, see your GP to chat through other possible factors.<\/p>

What about coming off other forms of contraception?<\/h2>","value":"

Equally, there are no proven positives to pill use where fertility is concerned. Some people talk about a fertility boost directly after coming off the contraceptive pill, but there's no real evidence to back this up.<\/p>

\u201cBefore I had my son I was on Microgynon for donkey\u2019s years. After the withdrawal bleed (a few days after stopping) my cycles went pretty much back to normal straight away (give or take a few days) and I conceived three months after stopping the pill. After having him, I changed to Cerazette. When I stopped taking it to TTC it took from November until January to get my periods back.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

Is there a higher risk of miscarriage if I get pregnant straight away?<\/h3>

Almost certainly not. Even if you become pregnant while still taking the pill, there should be no increased miscarriage risk. The evidence is not absolutely conclusive, but there have been no studies that suggest a definitive link between the two.<\/p>

What are the side effects of coming off the pill?<\/h2>

Stopping taking the pill will result in a withdrawal bleed. Wherever you are in your packet, stopping taking the pill will mean you will have a bleed of up to a week \u2013 think of this as your seven-day break.<\/p>

Normally this bleed won't last longer than a week, but if it feels excessive and goes on much longer than seven days, speak to your GP.<\/p>

It's difficult to say exactly when you will have your first period 'off' the pill. This is because few women's bodies work like clockwork \u2013 most are affected by various factors, including external ones such as stress.<\/p>

Side effects after one month<\/h3>

The synthetic hormones of the pill leave your body fairly quickly after you stop taking the pill. Within a month you may notice changes, including a change in vaginal discharge (it may become less dry), an increase in libido and a decrease in breast size. You may also notice weight loss (although this is just water weight) and a possible return of any cramps that you didn't experience when on the pill.<\/p>

Side effects after three months<\/h3>

When you come off the pill, you may notice changes in your mood. Many women say they feel better, while some women report feeling worse, picking up again around month three. It could be a good idea to keep a diary of your mood changes, so you can track when you think these changes might be related to coming off the contraceptive pill or not.<\/p>

Side effects after one year<\/h3>

Your periods should now be back to normal. If they're not, see your GP to chat through other possible factors.<\/p>

What about coming off other forms of contraception?<\/h2>"},{"meta_id":766245,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_6_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":766250,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body","meta_value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34","value":"field_5ff5e30b00b34"},{"meta_id":766251,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"content_author","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766252,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_content_author","meta_value":"field_5fd379f22a693","value":"field_5fd379f22a693"},{"meta_id":766253,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_standfirst","meta_value":"field_5fd38e9e96b76","value":"field_5fd38e9e96b76"},{"meta_id":766254,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hero_image","meta_value":"20753","value":"20753"},{"meta_id":766255,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hero_image","meta_value":"field_6006f13821768","value":"field_6006f13821768"},{"meta_id":766256,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"default_hub","meta_value":"8064","value":"8064"},{"meta_id":766257,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_default_hub","meta_value":"field_5fd379f22a5f0","value":"field_5fd379f22a5f0"},{"meta_id":766258,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766259,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_image","meta_value":"field_5ff46fa656d18","value":"field_5ff46fa656d18"},{"meta_id":766260,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766261,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_title","meta_value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce","value":"field_5ff847a9e8dce"},{"meta_id":766262,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766263,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hub_data_hub_teaser_text","meta_value":"field_5ff8686325fd2","value":"field_5ff8686325fd2"},{"meta_id":766264,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hub_data","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766265,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hub_data","meta_value":"field_5fd37e2cba3bd","value":"field_5fd37e2cba3bd"},{"meta_id":766266,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"manual_related_links","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":766267,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_manual_related_links","meta_value":"field_5fd37f6aba3c0","value":"field_5fd37f6aba3c0"},{"meta_id":766268,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"sponsor","meta_value":"12173","value":"12173"},{"meta_id":766269,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_sponsor","meta_value":"field_5fd3805f79998","value":"field_5fd3805f79998"},{"meta_id":1256864,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"hide_hero_image","meta_value":"0","value":"0"},{"meta_id":1256865,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_hide_hero_image","meta_value":"field_60d1cf7781284","value":"field_60d1cf7781284"},{"meta_id":1256866,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_7_content","meta_value":"

Reversible contraceptives will not affect your fertility once you decide to stop using them. If you use an IUD or a contraceptive implant, then you will obviously need to have it removed. Contraceptive injections are effective for up to 12 weeks but it can often take longer for your fertility to return to normal \u2013 sometimes up to a year.<\/p>

\u201cSome women's bodies take time to adjust to being off the pill, so don't worry if it doesn't happen straight away. Just try and enjoy trying.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI stopped the pill after about eight years and got pregnant straight away (two weeks after my last period). DS was born 10 months ago. No problems dating the pregnancy either \u2013 probably because it happened immediately.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cThe doctor told me it could take a few months for my cycle to regulate but I didn't even have the chance to get one period \u2013 nine months later DS was born.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI was on the pill for 18 years non-stop, came off it after our honeymoon and was pregnant within three months.\u201d<\/em><\/p>","value":"

Reversible contraceptives will not affect your fertility once you decide to stop using them. If you use an IUD or a contraceptive implant, then you will obviously need to have it removed. Contraceptive injections are effective for up to 12 weeks but it can often take longer for your fertility to return to normal \u2013 sometimes up to a year.<\/p>

\u201cSome women's bodies take time to adjust to being off the pill, so don't worry if it doesn't happen straight away. Just try and enjoy trying.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI stopped the pill after about eight years and got pregnant straight away (two weeks after my last period). DS was born 10 months ago. No problems dating the pregnancy either \u2013 probably because it happened immediately.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cThe doctor told me it could take a few months for my cycle to regulate but I didn't even have the chance to get one period \u2013 nine months later DS was born.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI was on the pill for 18 years non-stop, came off it after our honeymoon and was pregnant within three months.\u201d<\/em><\/p>"},{"meta_id":1256867,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"_body_7_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":1558953,"post_id":7113,"meta_key":"body_8_content","meta_value":"

\u201cIt took about six months for my cycle to regulate itself. I then got pregnant after nearly a year.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI came off Mycrogynon after ten years and my periods went back to normal straight away \u2013 they are much less painful and are lighter and shorter than ever before, though.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

What First Response has to say<\/h2>

\u201cGetting pregnant can take time and require several testing moments. We know that testing for pregnancy can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. That's why we at First Response endeavour to keep the reading of your pregnancy test results clear, and fast. Our First Response Rapid Result test<\/a> provides easy-to-read results in just 45 seconds. With our First Response Early Result test<\/a> pregnancy readings are ready within three minutes. The Early Result test also allows you to take the test six days earlier than your missed period.<\/p>

All of our pregnancy tests are over 99% accurate at detecting typical pregnancy hormone levels. All you need to do is decide whether you want to find out whether you are pregnant on the day of your missed period (Rapid Result) or up to six days before your missed period (Early Result).\"<\/p>","value":"

\u201cIt took about six months for my cycle to regulate itself. I then got pregnant after nearly a year.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

\u201cI came off Mycrogynon after ten years and my periods went back to normal straight away \u2013 they are much less painful and are lighter and shorter than ever before, though.\u201d<\/em><\/p>

What First Response has to say<\/h2>

\u201cGetting pregnant can take time and require several testing moments. We know that testing for pregnancy can be an overwhelming and stressful experience. That's why we at First Response endeavour to keep the reading of your pregnancy test results clear, and fast. Our First Response Rapid Result test<\/a> provides easy-to-read results in just 45 seconds. With our First Response Early Result test<\/a> pregnancy readings are ready within three minutes. The Early Result test also allows you to take the test six days earlier than your missed period.<\/p>

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拿着避孕药小包的妇女

与之相关

第一个响应徽标

停药后直接怀孕安全吗?

在你离开药丸后,没有必要等待试图怀孕。直接怀孕是安全的。有些医生建议等待,以便您的身体可以恢复自然循环,并且您将清楚地了解狗万2021a 还有预产期。然而,扫描可以确定怀孕日期,如果你真的很想知道,不等待也不会对你的怀孕产生任何不利影响。

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“我放弃了避孕药,试图怀孕,我的医生说,立即尝试没有问题,子宫内膜不够等说法有点荒诞。有一件事:如果你用避孕药来控制经期疼痛(就像我一样),你可能想弄清楚是什么导致经期疼痛。我的情况是子宫内膜异位症——这些东西可能对受孕有一定影响。”

你知道什么时候你排卵?

狗万2021a

我需要完成目前的药丸包,或者我可以停止中途包吗?

你可以在任何时候停止服药。如果你中途停止注射,你可能会出血——这种出血不是排卵的迹象所以当你排卵时令人困惑时可以做出锻炼。但是,是的,如果你热衷于开始开始,可以停止中期循环很好。

避孕药后怀孕需要多长时间?

平均来说,身体恢复排卵需要一到三个月的时间,尽管可能需要更长时间。避孕药通过人为调节人体荷尔蒙来阻止排卵。当你停止服用时,你的激素水平就会恢复正常。

一些女性在服用最后一粒避孕药数小时后排卵并怀孕,特别是如果她们一直在服用孕激素类型——当然,事情并不总是那么快。

您再次排卵的标志之一是您的时期返回。在排卵后约14至16天自然发生。这与服用药丸的出血不同,这是由于当您脱离药丸时突然减少时,这只是兴奋剂突然减少造成的,或者您将持续一周。

妊娠早期症状

避孕药后的前几个周期不规律或比平时长是很正常的;事实上,大约有1 / 30的女性在停止服用避孕药后几个月都不会来月经。如果发生了这种情况,并不一定意味着你没有排卵——只是你的周期不规律,你可能需要使用其他方法来发现排卵发生的时间。如果这种情况持续下去,并且你对此感到担忧,那就和你的家庭医生预约一下。

在避孕药后难以怀孕吗?

一些女性说她们有问题,但这很有可能他们有困难就会出现,不管他们是否服用了避孕药。

研究表明,服用避孕药后怀孕的几率与停止使用避孕套或其他非激素避孕方法后怀万博体育在线登入孕的几率大致相同。问题是,避孕药有时会掩盖多囊卵巢综合征等生育问题。这意味着,当你停止服用避孕药并难以受孕时,似乎是避孕药的问题,而问题可能是其他事情。

一位妇女在看验孕棒

同样,在生育方面,也没有证据证明使用避孕药有积极作用。有些人说服用避孕药后会直接促进生育,但并没有真正的证据支持这一说法。

“在我让我的儿子之前,我是在驴子的Microgynon上。在退出流血后(停止后几天)我的周期几乎又回到正常的直接(给予或花了几天),我在停止避孕药后三个月内设立了三个月。在让他拥有后,我换了刺染。当我停止将它带到TTC时,从11月到1月到达我的时期。“

如果我直接怀孕,那么流产的风险较高吗?

几乎可以肯定不是。即使你在服用避孕药的同时怀孕了,也不会增加流产的风险。证据并不是绝对的结论性的,但还没有研究表明两者之间有明确的联系。

停药的副作用是什么?

停止服用药丸会导致戒断。无论您在您的数据包中,停止服用药丸都意味着你会出现一周 - 将此视为您的七天休息。

通常,这种流血不会持续超过一周,但如果感觉过度并且继续超过七天,请与您的GP交谈。

当你将第一个时期'关'避孕药时,很难准确地说。这是因为很少有女性的身体就像发条一样 - 大多数人受到各种因素的影响,包括外部压力等因素。

一个月后出现副作用

在停止服用避孕药后,药丸的合成激素会使您的身体相当快。在一个月内,您可能会注意到变化,包括阴道分泌物的变化(可能变得不那么干燥),性欲增加和乳房大小的减少。您还可以注意到减肥(虽然这只是水重),并且可能回到您在药丸上没有经历的任何痉挛。

三个月后的副作用

当你停止服用避孕药时,你可能会注意到你的心情发生了变化。许多女性说她们感觉好多了,而一些女性说感觉更糟了,在第三个月左右又恢复了。记录你的情绪变化是个好主意,这样你就可以跟踪你认为这些变化可能与停止服用避孕药有关的时间。

一年后的副作用

你的月经现在应该恢复正常了。如果不是的话,找你的家庭医生谈谈其他可能的因素。

那么放弃其他避孕方式呢?

一旦你决定停止使用可逆避孕措施,它将不会影响你的生育能力。如果你使用了节育器或避孕植入物,那么你显然需要将其移除。避孕注射的有效时间可达12周,但通常需要更长的时间才能让你的生育能力恢复正常——有时甚至长达一年。

“有些女性的身体需要时间来适应停止服用避孕药,所以如果没有立即发生,也不用担心。尝试并享受尝试。”

“大约8年后,我停止服用避孕药,并立即怀孕(在我最后一次例假后两周)。DS出生在10个月前。确定怀孕时间也没有问题——可能是因为怀孕发生得很快。”

“医生告诉我,我的循环可能需要几个月的时间来规范,但我甚至没有机会获得一个时期 - 九个月后DS出生。”

“18年来我一直在服用避孕药,蜜月后我就戒掉了,三个月内就怀孕了。”

“我的周期需要大约六个月的时间来规范自己。然后我近一年后怀孕了。“

“10年后,我不再使用mycrokynon,我的月经马上就恢复正常了——尽管它们比以前更少疼痛,更轻,更短。”

首先要说的是什么

“万博体育在线登入怀孕可能需要时间并需要几个测试时刻。我们知道怀孕的测试可能是一种压倒性和压力的经验。这就是为什么我们首先努力努力继续阅读您的怀孕测试结果清晰,快速。我们的首先响应快速结果测试提供易于阅读的结果,只需45秒。与我们的第一次响应早期结果测试怀孕读数在三分钟内准备好了。早期结果测试还允许您比未命中期更早的时间进行测试。

在检测典型的妊娠激素水平检测时,我们所有的妊娠试验均超过99%。所有你需要做的就是决定你是否想了解你错过的时期(快速结果)的当天怀孕或在未命中期间最多六天(早期结果)。“

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