Maybe I would talk to your doctor.
If you start Depo Provera no later than you were supposed to start your next pack of birth control pills, there is no interruption in protection.
You can start depo provera at any time in your cycle, then return for the next injection about twelve weeks later.
There's a range of time to get your next injection in order to have continuous protection from depo provera . If you get the next injection later than this range, you could get pregnant.
No. The hormones detected by a pregnancy test is for a growth hormone the embryo produces to help maintain the pregnancy. The Depo Provera shot is a different type of hormone that has nothing to do with any hormones detected by a pregnancy test. A positive pregnancy test means you're pregnant, even if you are on or recently stopped Depo Provera. A negative pregnancy test means you're not pregnant, or that you took the test too early. Repeat the test in a week or two. If that one is also negative, you're not pregnant. Since women often have no period when they're on Depo Provera and after they stop the shot, many come to believe they must be pregnant. Symptoms ranging from breast tenderness and cramping (which can mean ovulation after stopping depo provera) to headaches, gas, and yeast infection become "proof" to women that they must be pregnant. Take one pregnancy test is you really think you might be pregnant. Take another two weeks later. Follow the instructions that come with the test. If you're pregnant, that second test will come up positive. Don't waste your money taking a dozen pregnancy tests.
it can make the baby more fat, and can also make him have problems with sugar later
The bleeding that some women have on Depo Provera is not a period; it's a side effect of the thinning of the lining caused by the shot. When you stop the shot and it starts to leave your body, that side effect bleeding is likely to stop. Your period restarting is a separate issue; your regular period may start right after the next shot is due, or it may start up to 18 months later. The average is eleven months.
Depo Provera hormones will leave your body within weeks of stopping Depo Provera. Your regular period may return immediately or up to 18 months later; the average is 11 months.
When you're using Depo Provera, you don't get a period, which is ovulation followed by shedding the uterine lining two weeks later. You may have irregular bleeding or spotting, however. After stopping Depo Provera, you may get your period right away, or it may take 18 months. The after delay is 11 months.
If sperm gets in your vagina you can get pregnant. Washing, showering, douching has no effect. If you don't want to get pregnant don't have sex or use a reliable method of birth control.
No, it means that you did not get pregnant that time. People do not get pregnant every time they have sex, but they can still get pregnant later.
Yes. It's even possible to get pregnant while still on Depo Provera, as it is not 100 percent effective. 83 percent of women who stop taking the shot get pregnant within the first year. Time does vary as your fertility will go back to what it was before taking the shot. Some women can conceive sooner, and some later.
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Yes; you can get pregnant after you have your tubes clamped! I had mine clamped three on each side and I got pregnant a year later.
If you have your period. Your not pregnant.
if you are 23 weeks pregnant , then go back 4 weeks later you should be 27 weeks pregnant. Almost 7 months.
Yes, especially the later days.
Yes, with my first child I had one consistant period after becoming pregnant. If you do not want to become pregnant, use birth control, if you don't want to take a pill every day use Depo Provera it is a shot you only have to use every six months. Never leave it up to the guy to use a condom even though by not using one you are risking STD's and HIV. Hope this helps.
If you got your period, you're not pregnant
It is a proven scientific fact that receiving a tattoo will not get you pregnant..... however, if you are pregnant at the time you get a tattoo, it will not cause your baby harm...
you could be pregnant but there is a chance that it just came later then schedule, Your period will do that. if a week has gone by since you should have started your period i would contact your doctor to see if you are pregnant or not
You can get pregnant at any time. Including during your period.