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Will The Depo Provera Shot Terminate A Pregnancy
I am not quite: Sure what you are asking? If you are pregnant and have had Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) - let your gynecologist know promptly. If you wish to become pregnant you will of course need to stop the depo. If this hasn't addressed your concern - please clarify and re-ask question. Take care. ...Read more
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I've been on the depo shot for 3 yrs now and I just recently starting experiencing pregnancy symptoms am I or no? I took 2 tests it said negative.
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I am sure you were told that having a depo shot does not protect you right away, you should be practicing a safe sex.they usually tell the patient to be careful at least for a cycle or two.
i do not know what your age, or you sexual habit, but pregnancy is not the only thing a women should fear, please practice safe sex.
my advise see your GYN.
i hope that answer your question.
thank you. ...Read more
I'm on the Depo shot for 4 years and having pregnancy symptoms. I have regular sex with my boyfriend but he always pulls out. Chances being pregnant?
Pretty Good: No birth control is perfect. "Pulling out" is not a reliable way to prevent pregnancy. Try an early pregnancy test from the drugstore. If negative, wait a week and repeat the test. If positive, see your OBGyn. If it turns out you're not pregnant then something else is going on. Check it out. Buy your boyfriend a box of condoms. Tell him "No glove - no love." ...Read more
I just found out I'm pregnant, but I just got the Depo-Provera shot too. Will the shot terminate my pregnancy?
No: It will not cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. ...Read more
Does getting a Depo shot 4 wks early decrease efficacy? I needed to get it early, bc I was leaving to go abroad. I'm worried about pregnancy.
Does not reduce: Efficacy if Depo is administered early. Next injection should be administered 90 days after early one. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
What are the symptoms of pregnancy when on the depo shot. Had the first shot and had some spotting, then after the second shot and did not have any spotting. Had the 3rd shot about 2 months ago, and about 2 weeks ago I began spotting, and it is not ligh
Virtual consult: I would get a pregnancy test right away. If you want to talk more please set up a virtual consult. ...Read more
Yes.: The side effects of the depo-provera include: nausea, breast pain/tenderness, weight gain, menstrual irregularities, etc., etc. The side effect profile is very similar to pregnancy. Make sure you didn't get started on Depo-Provera when already pregnant. When in doubt, pregnancy test! ...Read more
Nothing impossible: But it's rare to get pregnant once your on depo-provera. Nothing is 100% effective but this works really well taken every 11-14 weeks without fail. Good luck. ...Read more
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No symptoms: In reality pregnancy, early on, has no physical symptoms. Second, one has significant hormonal fluctuations and 'pregnancy' symptoms are common on depo. It my be beneficial for you to go read about Depo-Provera at their website or on wikipedia if you feel like something is wrong. It would be very unusual to be pregnant on depo. ...Read more
Hormones: There are no 'pregnancy' symptoms that are specific enough for diagnosis. Hormonal fluctuations cause 'symptoms'. This is very much about hormones and changes in your hormones as your have less of the product working in depo. ...Read more
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Is it normal to get pregnancy symptoms for the first time in two years of using the Depo-Provera shot?
What are signs of pregnancy when you're on the Depo-Provera shot? Are they different from normal signs?
Yes: Since skipping periods is normal on Depo provera (medroxyprogesterone) it is not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. Weight gain is also common with Depo and not necessarily associated with pregnancy. Nausea is not usually associated with Depo but is common with pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, do a pregnancy test. While it is very uncommon to conceive on Depo, all methods do have failures. ...Read more
I have been on Depo-Provera shot for four years, and now I am having pregnancy scares? Can that happens
Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone): I assume your pregnancy scares are because you are not having periods. It is very common for women on Depo shots to not have periods. Depo is a very reliable form of birth control. In fact it usually takes over a year after the shots have stopped for woman to become fertile again. So if you are getting your shots every 3 months you should be fine. ...Read more