Bleeding is a normal side effect of Depo Provera
No. Call your doctor.
On the second dose of depo, you tend to bleed the entire 2 months. It sucks, but its normal on depo. I had it on and off for 3 years and the second dose is always like that.
my first 2 months i did not bleed at all but my third month i bleed enough to make up for my missed months.
Yes. The depo shot is supposed to stop your period all together, making it less possible to become pregnant. I got my shot done in mid November of 2010, and for the first two months I did bleed lightly which is also normal. Now I've been on it for almost 9 months and don't bleed at all so it's a good sign that you don't bleed.
You may bleed for days, weeks, or months after stopping Depo-Provera. Your period is likely to become regular again anywhere from one to eighteen months after the last injection. The average time to the first normal period is 11 months.
That might be your period.
Jus depends on your body. If ur loosing a lot of blood consult a doctor or obgyn
All women on depo provera have changes in their bleeding. Some bleed more, and others bleed less. In the early months of use, you may have breakthrough bleeding that goes on for days, weeks, or months. This bleeding decreases over time.
I would call or go back to my doctor to make sure that it is normal not to have a period for 14 months after being off depo.
i was on depo for 6 months and bled the entire time. i have been off it for a few months now and it just finally stopped. Idk what to tell you i would just go to your doctor and see if that's right. I didnt but i don't like doctors.
If you've been off Depo Provera for 11 months and your ovaries hurt, you are probably about to ovulate.