Go to the WedMD ovulation calendar...it really breaks it all down. I have been trying to get pregnant with my boyfriend for 2 months now (I am 27)...this is month 3 and it really feels like I might be pregnant....fingers crossed! I have never been on birth control though. You are definately going to want to wait 2-3 months after you stopped the birth control before you start trying to conceive.
For sure go to the ovulation calendar because it gives you a visual and bascially walks you through when to have sex and when the man should save him sperm men. View Thread
It is possible....but the only way to be sure is to take a pregnancy test. The brain is a really funny thing and if you think you are pregnant then you might start developing early pregnancy symptoms. If I were you, I would get a few $1 dollar store pregnancy tests and start there.View Thread
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