Bleeding after Stopping Birth Control?

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After you stopping your birth control, the length of time you bleed will vary. Some females bleed for 1 or 2 days, while others bleed for over a week.
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You may experience break through bleeding, early period or no period for 3 months. Its different in every one. But hen you do have a period it should be 5 days if that's normal for
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1. Getting pregnant after stopping birth control will take patience. Complete your last cycle of birth control to prevent any irregular bleeding. 2. Ovulation can occur at any time
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I am the OP for this question. Since this hasn't received any responses yet I thought I would at least share some of my own observations in the hope that someone else will find them
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Birth control prevents pregnancy by stopping different parts of the pregnancy process. Hormonal methods—like birth control pills, the patch or injections—release synthetic hormones into the body to prevent the release of eggs during ovulation... More »
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