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I found this online, but I'm wondering about the part where it says "Once you discontinue the use of birth control" I've never been on birth control. Would this statistic include people such as I?
How long does it take to get pregnant?
Once you discontinue the use of birth control, and try to become pregnant:
25% in the first month
60% in six months
75% in nine months
80% in twelve months
90% in eighteen months
When it takes a year or longer of actively trying to conceive, it is generally recommended that you see your practitioner for advice. Infertility can be the reason you have not conceived. Approximately 30% of infertility is caused by male factors, 30% to female factors, and the rest is either a combination or the cause hasn't been found.