Contraceptive pills contain mainly two hormones estrogen and progesterone. They prevent ovulation and hence there is no pregnancy. When you decide to get pregnant you should stop to take such kinds of pills. After taking off contraceptive pills you can resume your period after two to four weeks. It depends on the body's constitution, lifestyle, disease conditions, stress, or climatic changes. The first period after taking off contraceptive pills may be troublesome but the second time will be normal. So if you are planning to conceive, then you should plan after your second period.
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