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    Off the Pill.. What to Expect
    SasiSue28 posted:
    ok I have been off the pill since the end of October my question is what should I expect? I haven't really had a period since I have been off the pill. Maybe for 2 days max. I have been on the pill for 11 years maybe. On top of that I have Endometriosis... I also read to start taking prenatal vitamins while trying to get pregnant, is that a good idea? any advice is helpful as I dont want to get my hopes up considering I have endo but we are desperately looking forward to starting our family.
    TKO120107 responded:
    Welcome to the board!

    I'll start with the easy question first. Definitely take prenatals. It'll make sure you've got the right amount of all the right stuff in your system when you get PG.

    I think there's a board for ladies with endo. You might want to check that out. Also talk to your ob/gyn about what you can do to increase your chances.

    Welcome again and baby dust!
    Me (39) DH (40) DS (2) TTC no. 2

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