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  1. Kyong says:

    How long does it take to get pregnant if you stop taking the pill after taking it for 15 years? . Can your period change if your body rejects your birth control pills?

  2. Lorinda says:

    i was told it takes 3 months to get out but dont believe that i missed two days and got pregnant and didnt know it so you should be able to get preg now

  3. Toi says:

    how long does birth control take to get out of your was preg due to the system to conceive? (sighs)Well this week I THOUGHT I fact that planned around my ovulation days had 2

  4. Celesta says:

    The birth control should be out of your system in about a week. However if your trying to get pregnant it may take some time to get your ovulation and menstrual cycle on track. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/how_long_does_birth_control_stay_in_your_system

  5. Chin says:

    Yaz 28 (generic name Drospirenone, Ethinyl Estradiol) birth control pill offers women fewer hormone fluctuations and the traditional pill. More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/what_is_the_best_birth_control

  6. Margherita says:

    You will need to talk to your doctor to figure out what birth control is right for you since there are so many different types available. Make sure you discuss some of the possible effects of birth control, like bloating, nausea, headaches,… More:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Reproductive/what_are_the_effects_of_birth_control

  7. Zoraida says:

    I know many women who got pregnant by just missing 1 pill, so it doesnt take very long for some people. I’ve heard 2-3mths is the max. Source(s): 35wks with #3

  8. Laura says:

    When You Change Birth Controls How Long Does It Take to Go in Effect? newer available options for women to consider, which work the same way as the pill. Detail:http://www.ehow.com/about_5623612_long-birth-control-balance-hormones_.html

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