Depo-Provera

Risks involved in becoming pregnant after Depo-Provera?

001

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2013-08-18 13:23:19
2013-08-18 13:23:19

There are no special risks in getting pregnant after stopping depo provera. There is no need to wait to conceive.

001
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


Having a C-section does not reduce your risks of becoming pregnant. You have a chance that is just as good as any other.


what are the risks involved in a vaginal piercing


There are risks involved with using a steam room. This includes heat stroke, dehydration, and birth defects if the woman using the room is pregnant.


associated emotional reactions.heavy bleeding.blood clots.damage to the cervix or uterus.pelvic infection.incomplete abortion.Possible long-term risks include difficulty becoming pregnant or carrying a future pregnancy to term.


There are no serious/significant risks involved in the experiment.


The major risks involved in a business are : 1) Competition 2) Credit giving 3) damages and losses


There are a great many risks that can be involved when importing cars. Damage to the car is one concern.


can pregnant women eat shrimp Answer: No, it is not advisable for pregnant women to eat shrimp. There are too many risks involved with seafood - one common risk is that the food could be contaminated with bacteria.


As with all medical procedure risks are also involved with liposuction. Some of the risks include infection, swelling, burns, fluid imbalance and embolism.


This would be left up to the player, her doctor, and her coach to decide. In most cases it depends on the risks involved.


HURR UP AND GET IT OUT TO ENSURE NO RISKS


Yes but it's harder. You only have 20% of your eggs left and there are more risks involved, like haivng a baby with Down's syndrome.


There will be minimal risks; go talk to your doctor for your best plan getting pregnant and during pregnancy.


Risks are the female could get pregnant or you/she could get some disease.


Interfering with the development of your own identity, becoming pregnant as a teenager, and contracting a sexually transmitted disease.


Yes, the word 'risks' is a noun (risk, risks) and a verb (risk, risks, risking, risked).Examples:There are many risks involved in investing. (noun)The mother risks her own life in defense of her chicks. (verb)


Very poor! Have it removed before thinking about becoming pregnant. Once you have the IUD removed, the statistics are the same for getting pregnant and having a normal pregnancy as if you had never used a contraceptive. If you already are pregnant, you may need to terminate the pregnancy. Please see your doctor!!!


what risks are involved to staff in a nursery when lifting or carrying children.


list the risks involved when lifting and carrying children


1. Becoming obease 2. Getting health risks


The risks involved with having heart surgery are endless, and there is no real way to identify all the risks involved. A few of the risk are: bleeding, abnormal heart rate,Ischemic heart damage, death, blood clots, stroke, and blood loss.


A lot of women manage to do it. However there are extra risks involved for both the woman and the child. it would be best to consult an appropriate physician on this because every person is different and therefore has different risks to deal with.


The risks involved with having a hysterectomy involve general surgical risks. There is also the possibility for post surgical bleeding, damage to the urethra which could cause difficulty urinating and damage to the surrounding organs.


I would not think so as long as the miscarriage was complete. Let your doctor know as soon as you find out you are pregnant again and let them know your history of miscarriage. THey can monitor you more closely.


There are risks involved in all forms of surgery. A tummy tuck, more formally referred to as an abdominoplasty, will carry risks. These risks include blood clots, pulmonary complications, infections and thrombosis. However these are rare.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.