I'm trying to conceive but im irregular and provera (medroxyprogesterone) is stopping my cycle. Had endometriosis but had a d&c. Please help.?
Concepton. You clearly need an infertility sub specialist. You have a number of problems that need to be addressed.
Need fertility tests. First find the cause of irregular cycles: polycystic ovarian sydrome (pcos), underactive thyroid, excess prolactin hormone, aging of the ovary (diminished ovarian reserve), or low hormone levels (hypogonadism) from exercise, eating disorders, stress. Not ovulating regularly decreases fertility. Endometriosis can affect egg supply or tubes. See a reproductive endocrinologist for tests / treatment.
See your Ob/Gyn. You have several reasons to expect difficulty with conceiving. Your irregular cycles likey will need to be overcome with ovulation induction medication, you will need to stop the provera, (medroxyprogesterone) and you may need specific treatment for your endometriosis (the D&C does not treat endometriosis). You should start by seeing your ob/gyn for evaluation and management. Good luck.
I had endometriosis in 2010 and I have irregular cycles. I was put on provera (medroxyprogesterone) so I can conceive a child but nothing is happening.?
Not ovulating. If your cycles are irregular, then this is likely due to not ovulating regularly. This could be a cause for your inability to conceive - i would discuss further with your doc. Read more...
Low progesterone. Endometriosis and irregular cycles are signs of low progesterone. Provera is a synthetic progestin and actually interferes with your natural progesterone's function and is contraindicated if you're trying to conceive as it can cause pregnancy loss. Look up Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) online. You need hormones evaluated - go to www.A4m.Com and use doc locator to find a local functional medicine doc to help. Read more...