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I have been off Depo-Provera for 10 months and just now got my first period; I only had two shots of Depo-Provera before. Should I be able to concieve now that I have finaly got my period?

Probably. You can start ovulating within 2 weeks of stopping Depo-Provera provera, (medroxyprogesterone) but some women do have no period after stopping it, which has no baring on ovulation. Read more...
Yes. It does take several months for your cycle to return after depo-provera. Now that you has a period, you likely have already started ovulating. You can expect your cycles to return to their previous pattern, prior to using the depo-provera. Read more...
Yes. You should be ovulating now. It is not unusual to take that long to start ovulating after depo. Read more...

I've been off the Depo-Provera shot for 6months now. And I'm on my period now I would like to have another child is it possible for me to get pregnant now?

Yes. Women who ovulate and are fertile usually have menstrual periods, but it is possible to have a period without ovulating. Since you are getting periods again, there is a good likelihood that you could get pregnant. Your most fertile time would be about 14 days after this last period started. Read more...
Oh yes. Regaining hormonal balance may take time after you stop the depot shot. Now that your period has started you can possibly get pregnant. Read more...

I have been off the Depo-Provera shot since february and my boyfriend and I had sex once and now its march and I have not gotten my period. Is this normal?

Possibly. Depoprovera can suppress periods for up to a year after stopping the injections...Or not. You may not get your periods back for awhile, so you should be using other protection to prevent pregnancy. On the other hand, although uncommon, you could be pregnant. Check a blood pregnancy test. Read more...

I just got off the Depo-Provera shot and I had a bacterial infection, I had to put vaginal gel inside me but now ive been on my period going on 2 weeks why?

Off Depo. One of the common side effects of Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) amennorrhea (no periods) so because you have stopped Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) your menses (period) has started again. I am not sure why you are on a vaginal gel, I am assuming it is antibiotic to help clear infection or it is a spermicide. Regardless of it being a antibiotic or spermicide it will not stop your periods which is likely why your period has returned. Read more...

I was on the Depo-Provera shot for a year n im off now and its almost been a year since I had a period why haven't I got a period?

Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) can delay the return of your regular cycles for up to a year and a half after stopping the shot (though the average is 10 months). Read more...