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My last Depo-Provera shot was due October 1st. I didn't get it. Can you ovulate that soon after a missed Depo-Provera shot? Do you need a period to ovulate?

Yes. you can ovulate after you stop depo shot any time. The period just a sign of you going thrue the cycle. Ovulation happens before period. Do pregnancy test when in doubt . Read more...
You can. You can ovulate before you ever have a period and yes you can ovulate that soon after stopping DepoProvera but ovulation is often delayed after Depo especially if you have been on it for awhile. Hope this helps. Read more...
Unlikely. The depo shot still takes some time to leave the body. It usually takes several months before ovulation occurs. There is a slight chance that ovulation could start already, but on 5- 15% at best. Read more...

Why did I miss my period. 1 Depo-Provera shot in aug. Never Depo-Provera shot again. 2 periods last month about a week apart, 3 tests all negative and sore nipples?

Takes time. Once you get a Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) injection it can take up to 6 months for your periods to get back to normal. Please make sure you are using some other method of birth control since the birth control effects of Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) are only for 3 months. Read more...

I've been off the Depo-Provera shot for a year. I missed my period last month but I spotted on the day I was suppost to start. Whats my outcome?

Please Clarify. There is nothing in your question on which to base an answer. Are you wondering if you are pregnant? Were you sexual during an ovulation period? What does depo have to do with the current situation since it has been a year and you have had periods since? What do you mean by the word "outcome"? Read more...

First dose of Depo-Provera shot, in jan. Missed period that month been heavily bleeding since then, is it abnormal or typical for a first dose?

Family practice . Unfortunately this is a common side effect and common reason why women don't continue with it. If you are able to bare it it usually gets better. Read more...