How Long Does Birth Control Stay in Your System?

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The pill is out of your system within 24 hours of taking it. But sometimes after birth control, it takes a month for your cycle to return to normal and sometimes it takes a few months.
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The birth control pill is out of your system within days, but you may have some hormonal-related symptoms as you begin to ovulate again after stopping.
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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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