What are the chances of having multiples 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.
How do know if its symptoms of pregnancy im having or if its a symptom of stopping the Depo-Provera?
Will going on the pill after your first peroid after having Depo-Provera take you longer to conceive in the future?
You can have the contraceptive injection Depo Provera in the last few days of your Pill packet. Â If you have not taken the Pill for a while, or used any other form of contraception, you will probably have to have a pregnancy test before they will inject you with Depo Provera. Â Alternatively, they may ask you to come back for your injection while you are having a menstrual period.
All women using Depo Provera have changes in their bleeding. With Depo Provera, you are not having a real period (which is ovulation followed by shedding of the thickened uterine lining). It is very common with Depo Provera to not have your period. It is extremely unusual for a woman to have regular monthly bleeding on Depo Provera.
If you are referring to the depo shot, many women have very light to no periods while on it. Chances of getting pregnant are very slim but the only way to know if you are is if you take a pregnancy test especially if you start having other than the missed period pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, frequent urination, tender breasts, increase in appetite, etc.
After stopping Depo-Provera and not having received your period do you have to wait for your period to come to start taking the contraceptive pill?
yes i went to the doctor to get my shot for depo provera, i had been on it for more than a year and they gave me birth control pills right away. I decided i wanted to be on the pill because of weight gain and they started me on it without waiting for my period. i have been on the pill now for 8 months and i still have not gotten my period
yes Although, just because the Depo is out of your system and you are menstruating it does not mean you are fertile. Sometimes it does, but in the case of needing ovulation to conceive your best bet is to consider yourself "able to become pregnant" when you have ovulated. Again, this isn't necessarily true for every woman because all women are different. Depo Provera is cleared from a woman's body about 6 to 8 months…
Once you stop having the shots, Depo Provera slowly leaves your system. There is no medical reversal available, it is simply a case of not having the next shot if you want to come off it. If you want to continue with contraception then before you stop having the Depo shot you should speak to your GP about going onto oral contraceptives, or using condoms or another method. For some women, once they stop having…
Fraternal (non-identical) multiples caused by the mother releasing (or being implanted with) two or more eggs… the father has no influence in the connection fraternal multiples! Identical multiples are just a miracle of nature when the egg splits two or more times, it is not generally considered a genetic trait. You chance would only increase if you were one of a naturally conceived triplet (with at least one fraternal).
Ruling out ectopic pregnancy is no different with or without Depo Provera. First, the pregnancy test is positive. Second, there is a pelvic mass, or abnormal ultrasound, or abnormal change in hCG levels. Contact your health care provider if you think you may be having a tubal pregnancy, as you cannot diagnose this condition at home.
If you have had one twin pregnancy with an absorption are chances the high to have another twin pregnancy?
Because chances are, is that you were taking medications that your body built tolerance to. Your body stops producing the chemicals the medications were fooling your mind into thinking they were having and you go into withdrawal. Certain medications like Benzodiazepines have deadly withdrawal syndromes.