Yep, we DTD, didnt take a pill the next day, BAM pregnant
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12-01-2012 16:02 #11Senior Member
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12-01-2012 16:12 #12
I did! It's definitely possible.
You can fall pregnant on the pill too. Haha
17-01-2012 14:03 #13Member
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17-01-2012 14:13 #14
My Dd was conceived first cycle of pill too
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03-10-2012 02:11 #15Senior Member
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Im currently TTC but I can also put a positive in ....
I stopped taking my pill on a Wednesday. by Friday I had EWCM (pretty dam obvious at that ... ) that lasted 3 days then vanished completely.
We DTD everyday during that time and im currently having dreams and thoughts that I most certainly am UTD but I just have to sit and wait for AF etc. Which is killing me!!!!
But. I may not be UTD but I can certainly tell you. Ovulation can occur that quickly after stopping the pill!
03-10-2012 05:34 #16
You can fall pregnant any time that you ovulate. One thing is for sure - you will ovulate about 14 day BEFORE you get your first period coming off the pill. So therefore its possible to get pregnant when you first ovulate which will always be before you period. As the pill would have been masking your regular cycle - you have no way of working out when you will ovulate unless you start testing your urine with an ovulation kit (OPK). You will need to test daily but this will let you know when you are about to ovulate so that you can make sure you give yourself the best chance to fall pregnant. If none of this appeals to you - go at it like bunnies and hope for the best!!
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