I've read on the internet on some health website that pumpkin seed may help. I'm also someone that's struggling to get the Depot out of my system and started eating Pumpkin seeds about two weeks ago. I hope it will help!!!
I also read on the internet that pumpkin seeds may help. I had not had a period for 12 months and my weight ballooned. I decided to give it a try and purchased pumpkin seeds, almond kernels and dried goji berries. Not sure if these were the reason, but 24 hours later I got my period. Thank you god!!!
You stop getting injections. The Depo is out of your system in about 14-16 weeks. You may be able to get pregnant right away, or return of fertility may be delayed up to 18 months (the average is 9-11 months).
Unfortunatley there is nothing you can do; depo provera is not recommended to women looking to get pregnant in the near future for this very reason. The injection cannot be removed from your system. Of course once you stop taking the injection your fertility should begin to return to normal, though this can take up to a year. In the meantime, keeping yourself healthy and working on your most fertile times of the month are the best things you can be doing!
hi im currently on the depo injection and have 3 weeks left after i run out im not haven anymore me and my partner have decided to try for a family how long would it take me to get my periods back to normal as every injection i have had ive bled with and would it take me long to concieve??
with thanks charlie
Plenty of water intake. I have heard of the drinking a lot of water. It is the ultimate body cleanser. I'm trying that. We will see what happens and how soon I become regular again.
It can take almost an year. I was on depo provera since end of June last year and upto now, I have not conceived and I have been active as always. I actually had to see my Gyna so that he can reverse the action.
Well there are many herbs which are available to have the natural healing properties, just refer to a natural healing herb sites online which will let u know in depth knowledge about Healing Herbs.
I have been on the depo shot since 2003 and now 2005 me and my husband have decided to have another child, and the doctor told me it can take up to a year or more to get pregnant. She said you have to let the needle wear off which can take up to 9 months or more I'm finding it extremly difficult to get pregnant now, when with my son i got pregnant within a month. The depo needle is definitely not something a woman should take if she plans on having kids, take this needle when your done having children, and it does have side effects which follow you around. Since i been off the needle i have been having cramps in my arms, headaches, and i feel sick at times. My doctor also told me that it is most best to wait until you get your period back after the shot, and i did read in something, but i can't match where, but if you take folic acid it can help really regulate your body before and after pregnancy. you out a bit and good luck!
A preconception detox can be done in many ways. Infrared saunas are a good way to eliminate heavy metals. Women need at least 100 hours.
Another way is to use a herbal detox that will support the liver in eliminating excess hormones and help balance them.
Vitex is another great herbal remedy that helps bring on menstrual cycle after giving birth.
Different sites say different things, but I think the majority say that traces can stay in your system for up to a year at least. This drug is so evil. I am on it now and I can't wait for it to be out of my system.
Depoprovera will not make you pregnant for months.
That is one of the advantages of this drug.
Birth control pills, ring, patch, DepoProvera and the IUD are not barriers.
There is no estrogen in Depo Provera. It contains only progestin. The 3-month shot contains 150 mg of depot-medroxyprogesterone.
It's not, used as directed it is one of the most effective methods of birth control. Less than 1 out of 100 women will get pregnant each year, while on DepoProvera.
The Depoprovera injection is a very reliable form of birth control. However, when planning on eventually conceiving a child, this will all depend on how long you have been on Depoprovera. Usage time of 1 - 3 years, expect a wait time of your cycle returning to normal atleast 6 to 12 months. 3 - 6 years 12 to 18 months etc... Nowadays, many ob/gyns limit the time you can remain on the injection unless you are very persistent and trouble/symption free.
Birth control pills, Mirena (IUD), NuvaRing, DepoProvera, Implanon and the patch are all hormonal methods of birth control sold in the US. There is another injection available in some other countries, as well.
After the last shot of Depo Provera, it can take over 6 months for the drug to leave the body.But you should start another form of birth control after 6-12 weeks after your last shot.
No Depo provera has no known effect on Crohns disease. The progestin can change your appetite and therefore your eating habits but it does not cure Crohns disease. Most likely you are simply in a remission which has coincided with the new birth control.
Antibiotics such as Keflex (cephalexin) only interfere with oral contraceptive pills as they affect their absorption into the body and therefore may interfere with the effectiveness of the pill. Injectable contraception such as DepoProvera is NOT effected.There are no known drug interactions between Keflex and Depo Provera.
It's different for everyone.You may bleed immediately after you stop using Depo, although this doesn't mean that it's menstruation - to menstruate you'd have to first ovulate, but you may experience vaginal bleeding as a result of hormonal imbalance while your body returns to normal. It can take up to twelve months for your menstrual cycles to return to normal.
Prevention is the safest and most effective method of birth control. Hormonal methods (the Pill, Mirena IUD, Patch, implant, DepoProvera) are highly effective when used as directed. Barrier methods (cervical cap, diaphragm, condoms) are also effective. Some women choose abstinence and fertility awareness. Once a pregnancy is established abortion is the only means of termination.
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