My husband and I just found out this week I'm pregnant YAY! this will be my first, so I've been thinking ahead ALOT this last week, and I was wondering what type of birth control is the best between babies, after this one I'd like to wait until he' she is potty trained before we have another, so which form of BC is effective but takes the least amount of time to clear your system to start trying again? I was on nuva ring and it took us 10 months before it completely was out of my system and I got pregnantView Thread
Were you on birth control previous to try to concieve? I was on the nuva ring for about 2 years before I started trying to concieve and it took us 10 months to get pregnant because the birth control wasn't out of my system for those 10 months. The longer your on birth control the longer it takes to get it out of your system. Also usually doctors don't start getting worried until about 2-3 years of trying without conception. But you can always opt to go see a fertility specialist anyways.View Thread
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