“It marks the freedom of women. They can make the rightful choice to safe and reversible contraception in the easiest way, from the comforts of their homes or workplaces.” HLL Chairman and the Managing Director Dr M Ayyappan
Saheli originally developed by Central Drugs Research Institute (CDRI) as India’s first indigenous molecule (Centchroman), was commercialised by HLL in 1991. Saheli is the only non-steroidal contraceptive pill that has no side effects. It is the most convenient and safest mode of contraception with a dosage of one pill a week. ‘Saheli’ would control unintended pregnancy, birth rates among the teens, the need for abortion and abortion rates.
If your question is how soon will I conceive after stopping
Saheli contraceptive pill, the reply is as soon as you would had you not been taking the pill.
When a woman is not on any contraceptive pill it is not necessary that she will conceive in the first month.
Doctors consider that conception can happen within one year when you have unprotected sexual activity.
Only one ovum is released and available for fertilization in one menstrual cycle. So, in a year you have only 12 chances of conception. Even if you were to have sexual intercourse 365 days, which month conception will happen is left to nature, hence unpredictable. Any month, usually within one year, the conception will occur.