I have been off the pill for a couple of months and I was always a normal 28 day cycle before the pill. The last cycle was 45 days! Does that necessarily mean that this cycle will be long also, or could I have even got pregnant this past month. ( I will be 28 days into this cycle today). Is today too early to take a pregnancy test?
I have heard that one regular period after the pill is all we need to wait for before trying to get pregnant. Then I have also read that sometimes it takes many months for cycles to become regular enough to become pregnant. Does age make a differnce also? I am 28 - does the ability to become pregnant change as a woman gets older?
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