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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.

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Depo-Provera is very effective birth control method, chances of getting pregnant while using Depo is very, very small. Geritol is a brand of vitamins that will not effect your chances of getting pregnant.


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


You can try to get pregnant at any time after stopping Depo. There is no need for a waiting period.


There is no special strategy, medication, or therapy to get pregnant faster after stopping Depo Provera.


If you want to get pregnant, stop taking birth control. Using the pill after stopping depo provera will not help you get pregnant. Talk to your health care provider to educate yourself about conception and pregnancy.


Once your periods are regular after stopping depo provera, you can probably get pregnant. YOu can also get pregnant just before your first normal period.


It's possible, but unlikely, to get pregnant on Depo Provera. After stopping Depo Provera, you can get pregnant before your next period starts.


Pregnancy on Depo Provera is not likely, but you can get pregnant before you have a period after stopping Depo Provera. Most accidental pregnancies with Depo happen because the patient is late for her next injection, so be sure to keep on schedule and to have a backup method and emergency contraception on hand.


You can get pregnant after stopping Depo Provera. Prenatal vitamins don't increase the risk of pregnancy, they just increase the odds of a healthy pregnancy.


Yes you will have great chances of becoming pregnant now. It usually takes 3-7 days after stopping birth control to be able to become pregnant.


The birth control pill does not help you get pregnant; it prevents pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant after Depo Provera, just have sex. Fertility returns from 1 to 18 months after stopping; ther average is 11 months.



It can take up to 18 months (average 11 months) to get your period after stopping Depo Provera. Women get pregnant at the same rate after stopping Depo Provera as women who have never used it. There's just a delay.


It is possible, but not likely, to get pregnant while on Depo Provera. If you are getting your shots on time, you are well protected.


There are no special concerns with gettting pregnant while on Depo Provera or immediately after stopping depo Provera. It does not increase the risk of birth defects or other problems.


Generally, you can't, you have to cease getting the injections before trying to get pregnant.


Yes. Although it is true that for many women it takes months for their fertility to return after stopping Depo Provera, it is still possible to fall pregnant if you leave it longer than 12 weeks to have your next shot. You should use another method of contraception until you can speak to your GP to get another Depo shot.



Depo Provera is meant to prevent pregnancy. When you stop, you don't have pregnancy protection. There is no special "fertility boost" immediately after stopping depo provera.


Brown spotting is common after stopping Depo Provera. It will improve with time.


No method of birth control is a 100% guarantee, and this includes both the depo shot and pulling out. Although the chance may be small, there is still a chance that you can get pregnant If your partner pulls out, there is a chance that his pre-ejaculate, which he may not be aware he is producing, may contain sperm cells that could possibly impregnate you. But the biggest concern is whether or not you are ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, then it is impossible for you to get pregnant. However, there is a chance (small, but a chance nonetheless) that you are ovulating, despite the depo shot, and you may be unaware. So, here you have two methods of birth control, pulling out and the depo shot. Using them both will greatly reduce your chances of getting pregnant, but be aware that there is always a chance of getting pregnant, however small. The more methods of birth control you use, such as a condom, a diaphragm, or spermicidal foam, the fewer your chances of getting pregnant.


If you are not using effective birth control, you can get pregnant. A woman who stops Depo Provera may get get pregnant immediately after stopping, or it may take up to 18 months. The average is 11 months. There is no medication to make your cycle come back sooner. So take your time and take your prenatal vitamins; you'll be pregnant soon.


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.


It usually takes 6-18 months after stopping Depo Provera.


The chances of having twins is not affected by being on depo. Your chances of having twins/triplets/etc. is determined by your family history, your age, etc. Basically, being on depo does nothing to help you have twins, but if you used depo into your thirties... you have a higher chance of conceiving twins in your thirties. This may confuse some, but it is not the birth control (depo or oral) that contributed to conceiving twins, but the age gtroup that you may now be in.I became pregnant with twins about 12 months after getting off of the shot. Becoming pregnant with twins has nothing to do with getting off the shot and having unprotected sex it, is pure genetics twins have to run on one of the parents side of the family. Twins are not purely genetic. Twins can occur when the body releases more than one egg on ovulation. I hear the chances can be high after getting off depo because the body begins the ovulation cycle again and it could release more. Very true, twins are not purely genetic at all. Yes, they can 'run in the family,' but hormones and ovulation play a huge role in twin pregnancies, especially fraternal twins.



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