Getting pregnant after the pill
Will 15 years on the pill hinder my chances?
If you’ve spent most of you adult life trying not to get pregnant, you may worry that long term use of the pill could affect your chances of conception.
However, according to the NHS there is 'no connection between how long the pill has been taken and fertility problems.'
The pill works by preventing the ovaries from releasing an egg each month, so providing you had no problems beforehand there’s no reason why you shouldn’t begin to ovulate again once you stop taking it, whether it’s been 5 months or 15 years.