A good uterine environment is the basis for gestating a fetus. Contraceptive methods such as oral contraceptives, subcutaneous implants, injections of long-acting contraceptives, and placement of intrauterine contraceptives all play a contraceptive effect by changing the endometrium environment and affecting the normal implantation of fertilized eggs. Therefore, before planning to become pregnant, it is necessary to change the method of contraception (using condoms or safe period contraception, etc.), improve the uterine environment, and prepare for the fetus.
If you use short-acting oral contraceptives, you can get pregnant immediately after stopping the drug. For insurance purposes, you can also wait for menstruation to recover for 2 to 3 cycles before becoming pregnant; for long-acting oral contraceptives, you need to wait for 3 to 6 menstruation after stopping the drug. Pregnancy again in a cycle.
Those who use subcutaneous implants for contraception should take out the silicone tubules or sticks implanted under the skin and wait for 2 to 3 cycles of menstruation before they become pregnant.
Those who use the intrauterine contraceptive device should take out the contraceptive device and wait for the menstruation to recover for 2 to 3 cycles before becoming pregnant.
Those who have long-acting contraceptive injections need to wait for 3 to 6 cycles of menstruation to recover before becoming pregnant.