If you're thinking about trying to get pregnant soon, here are a few things you may need to know about giving up birth control.(Read more about preparation for getting pregnant including why you need to start taking folic acid at least a month before you start trying to conceive.)Barrier methods, such as male condoms, female condoms, the diaphragm, and the cervical cap, don't affect your fertility – so if you're using one of these methods and you want to start trying to get pregnant, just stop using it.
And don't worry: Spermicides used with barrier methods can't harm a pregnancy.
Some women find progestin-only pills trickier to use than combination birth control pills (the Pill) because the minipill must be taken at the same time each day.
But they prevent conception primarily by causing changes in the cervical mucus.