How long does withdrawal bleed last once you stop birth control, I stupidly stopped mid-cycle not thinking of messing up my hormones and started to bleed two days later. Should I get a normal period around when I was supposed to or will it be another withdrawal bleed? I'm trying to find out because I want to get pregnant again, and I don't know when I will ovulate again. I was only on b/c for two and a half month and it was Aviane a combination b/c...one more question...why do doctors not feel the need to discuss what exactly birth control does and what it will do to your body? I wasn't told it would stop ovulation and this is my first time on it, I would have rather used condoms so I could actually try to get pregnant whenever I wanted to, not have to wait for my body to "recover".
you might get your regular period and you m ight not but withdrawl bleeding should only last a couple days tops you should only have withdrawl bleed once then your normal period and then you would ovulae normally
also if your trying to concive you should start ovualting normally a month or two after you are off the pill but it can take up too 6 mnths
Thank you for the info, I have started a journal to help me keep sane, and for advice and information for anyone who is trying to conceive after birth control, I'm going to continue updating in hopes that someone out there in my shoes can see they are not alone, and I am willing to give support and hope to others...
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