Yes. If you are having unprotected sex then yes you can get pregnant.
You can try to get pregnant at any time after stopping Depo. There is no need for a waiting period.
It's possible, but unlikely, to get pregnant on Depo Provera. After stopping Depo Provera, you can get pregnant before your next period starts.
It is highly unlikely to get pregnant on the depo provera. And if you are worried because you have not had a period in two months that is normal for the depo shot. It is made to stop your period
Depoprovera will not make you pregnant for months.
It is common to have no period when using Depo Provera.
Pregnancy on Depo Provera is not likely, but you can get pregnant before you have a period after stopping Depo Provera. Most accidental pregnancies with Depo happen because the patient is late for her next injection, so be sure to keep on schedule and to have a backup method and emergency contraception on hand.
my friend stopped takin depo 7 months ago and is still waiting for a period
although you shouldn't but it can happen, after your 5th depo you shouldn't have a period.
yes you can get pregnant i was on depo for 3 monthes and as soon as i missed my seconde shot i got pregnant and i still had an irregular period but still concieved
The short answer is yes. If you have had unprotected sex you could be pregnant.
id say unlikely... the menstrual cycle (when you would get pregnant) is BEFORE your period.
It is possible, but not likely, to get pregnant while on Depo Provera. If you are getting your shots on time, you are well protected.
Depo provera is birth control, meant to prevent pregnancy. It is of no use to a pregnant woman.
Depo Provera will not harm or end the pregnancy. There are no reports of increase birth defects or affects of development from children conceived on Depo Provera or whose mothers were unknowingly pregnant when they got Depo Provera. So, if you get pregnant while using Depo Provera, or if you find out you accidentally got a shot while you're already pregnant, you can still decide to continue or terminate the pregnancy without special concerns.
You are supposed to get the shot when you are on your period to make sure you aren't pregnant, but you still need your yearly exam and the doctors dont want you on your period for that.
No, You need to have a period to ovulate.
No, Some women do not get their period while on the depo shot while some women might. You might also spot the entire 3 months you have the depo shot in your system and some women such as yourself do not get anything. Unless your late on your depo shot I would not worry. If that doesnt help there is always the trusty pregnancy test!
Lack of a period is a typical symptom of pregnancy, not heavy bleeding. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
depo is injected into the muscle, it tricks the body into thinking you are pregnant this is why your period is stopped. you do not ovulate at all.
Answer I couldn't confirm if you are pregnant or not but on a personal note, i didn't get my period for quite a while after depo, and even after i found i couldn't get pregnant for quite some time so chances are you probably aren't pregnant but just to make sure take a pregnancy test.
Pregnancy is not likely if you are using Depo Provera as directed, getting your shots on time. Depo Provera does not cause miscarriage or affect a pregnancy if you accidentally get it while you're pregnant or get pregnant while using it.
Could I be pregnant because I received my last depo-shot six months ago and havent had a period?
Depo Provera is meant to prevent pregnancy, and is of no use to a woman who is pregnant. You can start when you're not pregnant any longer,.
You can conceive any time you like after stopping Depo Provera. No special waiting period is required.
I hate bleeding for 6 weeks on my first shot but my second one only had light spotting to none, it varies. Periods while on the depo provera, (whether u have them or not) has nothing to do with you being pregnant.
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