Stopped Taking Lo Loestrin Fe

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Nikky Says:

Well, I was on this pill since May 1st, 2013 (had only 2 periods) and stopped taking it November 9th cause we are trying to have a baby. Actually we were planning to have our baby by the next summer (late August or September). Reading all these things about Lo loestrin fe made me so sad and disappointed, should we really wait more months to become pregnant? Is there any exceptions among you? Please if you have any hopeful comment, I would highly appreciate it!

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Nikky! How are you?

Generally, when stopping an oral contraceptive, such as this, that suppresses ovulation, it can take 2 or 3 months, before your body rebalances your hormones naturally and you actually ovulate, again. It may happen sooner, but there's no way to know for sure, it can vary from woman to woman.

Have you consulted your doctor? They'd really be best able to advise you in this matter.

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Jamie Says:
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Don't worry too much. After I had my daughter, I started taking Lo estrin, skipping the placebo pills every month so I wouldn't have a period. 3 and a half years later, I stopped the pill because I had read all of the same stuff and I knew my husband and I wanted to try to conceive within the next year or two. I didn't focus on it though, becaus:e they say that can cause you not to conceive. Well, the first month off the pill, and only ONE TIME "practicing," and I could not believe it myself, but I was PREGNANT!!! I had to take 3 test to convince my not only my husband, but myself! Just keep yourself happy, healthy, and take vitamins. Focus on the special time the two of you are sharing, not what you are trying to accomplish. If you do that, with prayer and God's will, your little miracle will arrive before you know it!

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