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Answered 2013-08-18 13:17:32

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.


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You can conceive any time you like after stopping Depo Provera. No special waiting period is required.

i used to be on depo, you get longer, heavier periods, and your boobs will be sore.

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

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

There are no special risks from conceiving right after stopping Depo Provera. Contact your health care provider to get a referral for appropriate care.

There is no particular meaning to spotting two weeks after stopping Depo Provera. After stopping Depo, some women will have periods return right away. For others, it can take 18 months. The average is 11 months.

If your periods have started after stopping Depo Provera, you're certainly at risk for pregnancy. Signs of pregnancy are missing periods and a positive pregnancy test.

Yes. Missing a period can be a sign of pregnancy or of the depo injection still taking affect. It would be possible to have conceived after stopping the injection without seeing the return of a period, as fertility could have returned to mostly normal. Just as it is possible to skip periods for reasons unrelated to pregnancy/contraception, lack of periods is not necessarily an indication of inability to get pregnant.

Yes - if you're planning on having a child it may be a good idea to learn how babies are made first!For you to conceive you must ovulate, ovulation occurs before menstruation.

You risk pregnancy if you don't use Depo Provera as directed. There are no other special risks from starting and stopping Depo Provera.

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.

The birth control pill is meant to prevent pregnancy. Going on the pill after stopping Depo Provera will reduce the risk of pregnancy while you're on it.

The pre-period drop in estrogen is the most common migraine trigger in women. While on Depo Provera, a woman doesn't experience this drop. As she stops depo provera and her periods return, she will once again experience this cyclic drop in estrogen, and may note migraines returning. If you have never had migraines before stopping depo provera , see your health care provider for an evaluation.

It can take anywhere from days to 18 months for your period to return after stopping Depo Provera. Taking the birth control pill doesn't change that timing -- the birth control pill doesn't "jump start" or "regulate" your period after stopping Depo Provera. Remember that you can get pregnant before your period restarts, so if you don't want to conceive right now, get on an effective method of birth control.

Yes, stopping Depo Prover will affect your period. Some women may have spotting, and others may not get a regular period for up to 18 months. The average return to fertility is 11 months after stopping Depo Provera.

You can use anything you like - pads, tampons, cup -- with your period after stopping depo provera.

Yes, miscarriage is common, and occurs in women who have and have not used Depo Provera.

I was on depo for four years I had my last shot on Feb 17th of this year. I decided to get off because I am ready to conceive I was due for my shot on May 13th, but decided not to get the shot. I had my period on June 14th and have had regular periods since then.

Once the injections are stopped, periods should return and then you can get pregnant.

Depo shots are capable of changing the intervals between someone's periods. However, it is unusual to have a flow that spans a whole month without stopping. Immediately consult a physician if this is the case.

Irregular and prolonged bleeding is a possible side effect of depo provera, as noted in the patient information insert. This bleeding improves with time.

Depo Provera hormones will leave your body within weeks of stopping Depo Provera. Your regular period may return immediately or up to 18 months later; the average is 11 months.

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