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Getting Pregnant After The pill

by Vanesha

I have a history of endometriosis. I had surgery and the cysts were removed. I was using Minesse as a contraceptives and did not experienced any problems. Now I tried Evra patches and my breast are sore which is one of the side effects. I also have cramps most of the time and my I was bleeding for two days only with Evra. What else can I use because, I might have too much estrogen in my body. I am newly wed and 30 years old.

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Sep 20, 2011
Getting Pregnant After The Pill
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

If you want to get pregnant you need to stop birth control and begin charting your cycle. Please download my FREE Guide To Fertility Charting & Natural Conception. This guide will give you all the necessary information to better understand your monthly cycle.

It is possible that too much estrogen in your body as a result of birth control can be affecting your overall hormonal balance.

The most important thing you can do is to begin eating healthy and follow a healthy life style.

Avoid xenoestrogens in your food, water, environment and especially skin care products, shampoos and cosmetics.

This article clearly describes the most important 10 fertility steps a woman who wants to to get pregnant should do.

Fertility Blessings!

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