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For women who want to stop their period after stopping their medications, please see the below information about birth control pill replacement: Birth control pills (including the most commonly used type) can interfere with your menstrual cycle. They may cause an irregular period. When taking hormonal birth control, you might want to take a month off after your last dose of your medications. To get pregnant you will need to have unprotected intercourse during this time. It is not known what the safest way to get pregnant after stopping your birth control pills. For more information, please read about birth control pill use. A lot of people want to quit using oral contraceptives (such as birth control pills) because they feel it has made them feel less attractive. But studies show that oral contraceptives are not harmful for your health. Many people report increased self esteem and satisfaction with their appearance after stopping the pill. There is no conclusive evidence of a link between stopping birth control pills and an increase in fertility. If you are pregnant, it is best to stop using the pill immediately, and talk with your health care professional about how you can best continue with the Pill.