I am on the depo shot and have been taking zoloft for years. It doesn't effect anything with the birth control!There are no known drug interactions between Zoloft and Depo Provera.
Depo Provera is for pregnancy prevention. It doesn't have anything to do with the need to "clean your system out."
The birth control pill does not change how long depo provera stays in your system, and doesn't get it out of your system faster.
There is no contraceptive or health advantage to taking depo provera if you're on Mirena.
Many years ago, a patient died from an anaphylactic reaction (severe allergy) after depo provera.
There is no such thing as a Depo Provera pill.
Taking the birth control pill prevents pregnancy after you stop depo provera, but it doesn't "get depo out of your system" any faster.i do not think so. to my knowledge, it should take about 9mths to 1year (or more) to regain fertility and even the the depo provera might not be entirely out of your system. i do not think so. to my knowledge, it should take about 9mths to 1year (or more) to regain fertility and even the the depo provera might not be entirely out of your system.No, taking a birth control pill will lower, not raise, your chances of getting pregnant.
If you are on Depo Provera, pregnancy is unlikely if you're getting your shots on time. Bleeding or iron pills don't change the risk of pregnancy on Depo Provera.
It's not. You can start Depo Provera at any time in your cycle.
Depo Provera does not contain hCG
Viagra does not affect Depo Provera.
Depo Provera does not treat fibroids.