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2014-11-03 15:37:20
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You should expect to have your period several days after stopping the Depo Provera shot. However, some women don't experience any bleeding until months after stopping it.


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You can use anything you like - pads, tampons, cup -- with your period after stopping depo provera.

Yes, it is relatively normal to have your period for more than 10 days after stopping the Depo Provera shot. Irregular bleeding is common and it should not last more than a couple of weeks.

It can take up to three months for your period to return after stopping hormonal birth control such as depo provera or the pill. Any longer than this and you should talk to your doctor. Even if you do not have your period, you can still become pregnant so should take precautions if you are not trying to conceive.

Most people on the depo shot do not get their period. i was on it for about 7 years and only had my period for about the first year

you should expect it on the day it suppose to come on.. Implantation happens a week before your if it didn't happen you got til when your period should come on.

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.

i have been on depo just over 3 years and i got off it 6 months ago and still notice hair loss. once depo is fully out of your body it should stop.

No it does not confirm it. You should talk to your doctor to make sure there is not another problem that has caused your period to be absent. It is always possible that a pregnancy could be there. But you need a blood test or a urine test to be sure.

Return of fertility after Depo Provera may occur immediately, or may take up to 18 months. The average return to fertility after the last Depo Provera shot is 11 months. Your period may take that long to become regular after Depo. For this reason, you should change to a different method a year before you want to get pregnant. During use of Depo Provera, you may have a decrease in bone density. This decrease is similar to that which can happen while a woman is breastfeeding. As with breastfeeding-related decrease in bone density, decrease during Depo Provera use resolves with time after stopping.

It depends on how long you were on the shot and what your overall health is. The longer you were on the shot, the longer it will probably take for you to get your period again. Once you get your period, it may take several months to regulate itself again. Hang in there and thing should return to normal within 6-24 months.

You can try to get pregnant at any time after stopping Depo. There is no need for a waiting period.

if your regular yous should expect it sometime around the 24 of every month. Raye

Depo Provera works by stopping ovulation. Each shot lasts for 12 weeks. Once you have had the shot there is no reversal procedure so you're stuck with it for 12 weeks. If you decide to come off Depo provera to start a family you should be aware that it can take several months for your periods to come back and it can take longer than that for your fertility to return. That said, it is of course possible to fall pregnant whilst on Depo Provera as it is with any contraception so if you do not want to fall pregnant you should keep up to date with your shots every 12 weeks.

If you'd like to switch from Depo Provera to the birth control pill, you can start the pill anytime after the 10th week of Depo Provera, up until the last day Depo was due, with no interruption in pregnancy protection. There is no need to wait until the first period after Depo Provera; doing so puts you at risk of pregnancy. If you start later than 15 weeks after the last shot, you should use a backup method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, until you've taken seven pills correctly.

No, There NOT the same the shot really helps, but the pill doesnt. && No, after the first dose your period should come in about 2 to 3 mouths but iDk why...

Provera, usually ordered to be taken once a day for five days. At the end of the pills, the period should start soon after.....

STDs do not normally affect the timing of periods.

Only by stopping the BCP, once you stop taking them a period should follow shortly - be warned stopping the BCP mid cycle also leaves you open to ovulating and becoming pregnant.

most definitely yes, you should be worried and see a doctor immediately!

You can get Depo Provera at any time in your cycle. Getting the first Depo Provera during your period is easier because it becomes effective faster (within 24 hours) when you take it in the first seven days of your period. If you get it at any other time in your cycle, you'll get a pregnancy test at the time of the injection. You should repeat the pregnancy test in two weeks. You also need to use a back up method of birth control for seven days.

Well bleeding is normal after stopping your pills. And by the way if you are having your period your not pregnant. It's only when you don't have your period for a while should you think you are pregnant.

As noted in the patient information leaflet, your period may not return for up to 18 months (average 11 months) after stopping Depo Provera. If you don't want to be pregnant now, start a new birth control method.

Irregular and prolonged bleeding is a possible side effect of depo provera, as noted in the patient information insert. This bleeding improves with time.

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