Signs that you CAN get pregnant after the shot? Getting your period for one. It take several months for the shot to get out of your system (although it has happen sooner for some women).
Yes all of those are signs of being pregnant i read a book on pregnancy and that's some of the signs of being pregnant.
If you have not missed a period it is unlikely you are pregnant.
Some women stop menstruating on depo and they do not get pregnant.
Some signs of being pregnant are morning sickness, odd cravings, and frequent bowl movements. You can take a pregnancy test, but see a doctor to be sure.
every woman if different some woman get pregnant right away and other it could take time. It took me 6 months pregnant after depo
AnswerIf you mean what are some similarities in side affects of the depo and being pregnant some of them are: breast tenderness, no periods or less bleeding, weight gain or loss, nausea, and other things less common. Its different in every woman but usually the same symptoms when your not on any contraceptive medication. If you suspect pregnancy see your doctor.Its unlikely to become pregnant while on DEPO. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The symptoms would be the same symptoms as any woman gets when she's pregnant.
Yes some women don't have any signs of being pregnant they still have a period and don't put on any weight :)
Depo Provera does not affect future fertility, except that there may be a delayed return to fertility after stopping. Some women get pregnant immediately, and others may take 18 months to get pregnant. The average is 11 months.
ive read that no it doesnt matter how long you are on the depo it just depends on your body..some women get pregnant right away and some take a year or longer..good luck
some women just don't show signs of being pregnant. if you were on a contraceptive that took your period away, you wouldn't know if you got pregnant. It isn't as ridiculous as it sounds.
The depo usually lasts for 6 months, after this time women need to have another shot to remain infertile. so usually after 6 months you can become pregnant again. However, it can last a lot longer than that, the depo can really stuff up womens cycles and some women find it very difficult to get pregnant again after the depo shot.
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.
I became pregnant 2 weeks after I gave birth to my son. My symptoms were EXTREME fatigue, tiredness, and a positive pregnancy test.
If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If you're pregnant enough to feel "kicking," the test will surely be positive.
no you got your period so your not pregnant.
No, Some women do not get their period while on the depo shot while some women might. You might also spot the entire 3 months you have the depo shot in your system and some women such as yourself do not get anything. Unless your late on your depo shot I would not worry. If that doesnt help there is always the trusty pregnancy test!
After the effect of the last dose of Depo-Provera has diminished, 83% of women get pregnant at some point within a year. This number is similar for women who do not use any form of birth control. Eighty-five percent of women who do not use birth control conceive within a year. So, when you stop using Depo-Provera, you will return to your underlying level of fertility. But if your goal is to become pregnant within the next year, Depo-Provera is not recommended. Being able to get pregnant after using Depo-Provera has nothing to do with how many shots you've had. Whether you've had 1 dose or 20, it's the same. For some women it takes more time. And for other women, it happens faster.
yes some woman still have some bleeding while they are pregnant. Yes you could still be pregnant. Do a pregnancy test.
No it doesn't necessarily mean you are pregnant, especially as the depo shot is a contraceptive, it would be highly unlikely. However, if you are worried, for your own reassurane, take a pregnancy test or acquire some advise from your GP. If you've not had sex or it is unlikely for you to be pregnant at all, then blood spotting is completely normal on the depo shot, and should stop in it's own time.
If you aren't using effective birth control, you could get pregnant. Some women can get pregnant as soon as their shot is late; others won't start ovulating for 18 months. The average is 11 months. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're pregnant.
The signs of being pregnant are such: morning sickness, which is uneasiness of stomach, prequent vomiting, strange cravings for food (which is the for the baby and not necessarily for the mother), considerable weight gain (at least a lil bulge), and maybe some behind the doors changes/cravings.
Answer I couldn't confirm if you are pregnant or not but on a personal note, i didn't get my period for quite a while after depo, and even after i found i couldn't get pregnant for quite some time so chances are you probably aren't pregnant but just to make sure take a pregnancy test.
Feeling Nauseous cramps that feel like premenstal cramps a bloated feeling feeling emotional (if you are pregnant you are going through hormonal changes which may effect your emotions)