Everyone is different but a lot of women do stop bleeding altogether when they get on it, some have some bleeding, i didnt bleed at all when i was on the depo, but it depends on how your body reacts to the shot
There are no known drug interactions between Adderall and the birth control pill, patch, ring, implant, shot, or IUD.yes, shouldnt have any effect causing either to deactivate
The birth control shot is a very effective form of birth control. The hormone progesterone in the birth control shot works by preventing ovulation. The shot is given in the arm or the buttocks every three months. There is a chance of pregnancy if you wait over three months for your next shot.
* I suppose anything is possible, but I had a co-worker who was receiving some form a birth control shot and she bled for about a month.
If she was on birth control you should not have much to worry about.
If you were on the shot but you switched to taking birth control pills, but you do not take the birth control pills anymore, you have a high chance of pregnancy if you have been having unprotected intercourse. All the active hormones from the birth control will have little or no effect after 3 days of not taking birth control.
Getting "the shot" or Depo-Provera for birth control can increase your appetite, which can cause weight gain.
You can get the first Depo Provera shot when you are on the birth control. It will become effective immediately, and you'll be able to stop the birth control pill at that time.
It's the medication in the birth control shot.
Antibiotics rarely affect the birth control pill in general.
See your doctor or birth control clinic.
Birth control pills, patch, ring, shot, and Mirena IUD contain medications.
The Depo shot has about a 99% chance of preventing pregnancy.
I am not sure, but I would not risk something like that. There is no need for you to take a birth control shot if you are already pregnant.
Hormonal birth control, like the ring, shot, pill, and patch, can not harm or end a pregnancy.
grow a pair and have a baby instead of using birth control shots.
The Depo Shot! It is the worst form of Birth Control. It Causes you to gain weight, have mood swings and HEAAVY HEAVY periods if you are to quit taking this shot and swtich to another form of Birth Control. I Highley Recomend The Pill.
It is definitely safer to switch from the birth control to the shot, as you have protection throughout. If a woman on the birth control pill gets a Depo Provera injection, she will have immediate protection against pregnancy. If a woman not on birth control pills gets a Depo Provera injection, she may have a delay in protection, depending on where she was in her menstrual cycle.
You can switch forms of birth control to what is most comfortable for you. If you would like to switch birth control consult your physician so that she/he can choose a birth control pill that is right for you.
Yes it is it is called the Depo-Provera a lot of people call it the Depo shot.
Yes. No birth control is 100%.
No. You're not pregnant.
No stool softeners don't effect hormonal birth control.
Yes you can get pregnant if you missed a birth control shot for four months. However, doctors say that it takes about a week after a missed period to get pregnant.
It could be that your body is adjusting to the hormones, and it'll settle down in a month or so. Discuss it with your nurse or doctor if you're worried.
There are no known drug interactions between Zoloft and the birth control pill, patch, ring, shot, implant, or IUD.